Human Fcgamma receptor IIb expressed in Escherichia coli reveals IgG binding capability.

@article{Sondermann1999HumanFR,
  title={Human Fcgamma receptor IIb expressed in Escherichia coli reveals IgG binding capability.},
  author={Peter Sondermann and Uwe Jacob},
  journal={Biological chemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={380 6},
  pages={717-21}
}
Fcgamma receptors (FcgammaR) are expressed on immunologically active cells where they trigger B and T cell responses and are responsible for the clearance of immunocomplexes. They occur as type I transmembrane proteins and also in soluble forms (sFcR) comprising only the ecto domains of the receptors. State-of-the-art research has generated demand for highly pure and homogeneous sFcgammaR preparations: first, studies of the immunoregulative potential of the soluble FcgammaRs have been hampered… CONTINUE READING

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