CD36/Fatty Acid Translocase in Rats: Distribution, Isolation from Hepatocytes, and Comparison with the Scavenger Receptor SR-B1

@article{Zhang2003CD36FattyAT,
  title={CD36/Fatty Acid Translocase in Rats: Distribution, Isolation from Hepatocytes, and Comparison with the Scavenger Receptor SR-B1},
  author={Xingqi Zhang and Rebecca L Fitzsimmons and Leslie G. Cleland and Peter L. Ey and Andrew C W Zannettino and E. Desmond Farmer and Paul Sincock and Graham Mayrhofer},
  journal={Laboratory Investigation},
  year={2003},
  volume={83},
  pages={317-332}
}
The new mAb UA009 recognizes an antigen expressed by microvascular endothelium, by lymphatic endothelium, and by some epithelia in a number of organs, including the small intestine, lactating mammary gland, kidney, lung, sebaceous glands, and circumvallate papillae of the tongue. This antigen is also expressed abundantly in the splenic red pulp and marginal zone and by monocytes, macrophages, and erythrocytes (but not by platelets). Among tissues that store or metabolize fatty acids, the… CONTINUE READING