Clara cell proteins.

@article{Singh2000ClaraCP,
  title={Clara cell proteins.},
  author={Gurmukh Singh and Sikandar L. Katyal},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={923},
  pages={
          43-58
        }
}
Clara cells are nonciliated, nonmucous, secretory cells of the pulmonary airways. These cells are known to secrete a variety of proteins, including Clara cell 10-kDa protein/uteroglobin. This protein consists of a homodimer of 70-77 amino acid polypeptides arranged in antiparallel fashion. In vitro testing suggests that the protein suppresses inflammation. The physiologic role of the protein remains to be determined. 
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