Complement-inhibiting activities of human CD59 and analogues from rat, sheep, and pig are not homologously restricted.

@article{Berg1994ComplementinhibitingAO,
  title={Complement-inhibiting activities of human CD59 and analogues from rat, sheep, and pig are not homologously restricted.},
  author={Carmen Wilma van den Berg and B. Paul Morgan},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={1994},
  volume={152 8},
  pages={4095-101}
}
Human erythrocyte CD59 and analogues isolated from erythrocytes of rat, sheep, and pig were examined for their ability to protect erythrocytes from various species against lysis by C from homologous and heterologous sources. In all cases, incorporation of human CD59 or analogues from rat, sheep, and pig efficiently protected guinea pig erythrocytes against lysis by C homologous with the CD59. However, each of the CD59 analogues also conferred on guinea pig erythrocytes protection against C from… CONTINUE READING

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