noun, plural: selectins
Selectins are comprised of:
Selectins are found chiefly on the cell surface of white blood cells and mediate the binding of white blood cell to the endothelial cell, thus, are involved in host defense mechanisms, particularly the binding and rolling of the white blood cell to the endothelium.
The selectin family is comprised of three major groups:
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... slide staining, and I'm having problems getting the staining to show correctly. So far, I've been staining lymph node tissue for CD62L (L-selectin) and CD3, both of which are supposed to be quite abundant on the surface of regular T cells in the lymph node (this is a control). First, I ...
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