CD85

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The term "CD805" was originally used to refer to LILR1 which is now known as CD85j; however, there are a number of CD85 genes:

CD85 Official LILR Nomenclature ILT Nomenclature Old LILT Nomenclature Other Names
CD85i LILRA1   LILR6 (LIR6)  
CD85h LILRA2 ILT1 LILR7 (LIR7)  
CD85e LILRA3 ILT6 LILR4 (LIR4) HM31, HM43
CD85g LILRA4 ILT7    
CD85j LILRB1 ILT2 LILR1 (LIR1) MIR7
CD85d LILRB2 ILT4 LILR2 (LIR2) MIR10
CD85a LILRB3 ILT5 LILR3 (LIR3)  
CD85k LILRB4 ILT3 LILR5 HM18
CD85c LILRB5   LILR8  
CD85b   ILT8 or ILT9    
CD85m   ILT10    
CD85f   ILT11 LILR9  

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LILR: leukocyte immunoglobulin-like receptor; ILT: immunoglobulin-like transcript; LIR: leukocyte inhibitory receptor; MIR: macrophage inhibitory receptor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brown, D.; Trowsdale, J.; Allen, R. (2004). "The LILR family: modulators of innate and adaptive immune pathways in health and disease". Tissue Antigens. 64 (3): 215–225. doi:10.1111/j.0001-2815.2004.00290.x. PMID 15304001. 
  2. ^ Carrington, M; Norman, P (2003). The KIR Gene Cluster (e-book). NCBI Bookshelf.