CD72

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CD72 molecule
Identifiers
Symbol CD72
Entrez 971
HUGO 1696
OMIM 107272
RefSeq NM_001782
UniProt P21854
Other data
Locus Chr. 9 p

CD72 (Cluster of Differentiation 72), also known in murine biology as Lyb-2, is a protein active in the immune system of animals. It consists of two identical halves, each of about 39-43 kD, and is a C-type lectin. Its primarily locus of expression is B-cells, where it appears to mediate aspects of B-cell - T-cell interaction. It is a ligand for CD5.[1]

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  1. ^ Abbas, A.K. and Andrew Licktman, 2003, Cellular and Molecular Immunology, p.512. ISBN 0-7216-0008-5.

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