The murine monoclonal antibody, 14A2.H1, identifies a novel platelet surface antigen

@article{Ashman1991TheMM,
  title={The murine monoclonal antibody, 14A2.H1, identifies a novel platelet surface antigen},
  author={Leonie K. Ashman and Gabriella W. Aylett and Pirooz A. Mehrabani and Linda J Bendall and Silvana Niutta and Antony C. Cambareri and Stephen R. Cole and Michael C. Berndt},
  journal={British Journal of Haematology},
  year={1991},
  volume={79}
}
Summary A murine monoclonal antibody 14A2.H1, raised against acute myeloid leukaemia cells, identifies a previously undescribed 27 kDa platelet surface glycoprotein which is expressed at low copy number (103/platelet). MAb 14A2.H1 caused aggregation of platelets which was dependent on FcγRII. Binding of the antibody to platelets was not altered by activation by thrombin or phorbol ester. In haemopoietic cell populations the antibody bound to megakaryocytes, monocytes (weakly), several myeloid… 
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