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CD47 is a cell surface receptor expressed on many cells in the body. It has many immune functions such as marking host cells as “self” and the activation of apoptosis

CD47 is a cell surface receptor expressed on many cells in the body. It has many immune functions such as marking host cells as “self” and the activation of apoptosis through phagocytosis. Mac-1 is a major integrin on myeloid cells and has been implicated in several different macrophage immune functions. Previous studies from Dr. Ugarova’s lab demonstrated CD47 may form a complex with Mac-1 through the cis-interaction and could regulate Mac-1-dependent macrophage functions.

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