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CD36


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CD36

CD36 and macrophages in atherosclerosis

CD36: promotion from scavenger receptor to mediator of migration?

CD36: the common soil for inflammation in obesity and atherosclerosis?

Aspirin increases CD36, SR-BI, and ABCA1 expression in human THP-1 macrophages

CD36 Mediates the Phagocytosis of Plasmodium falciparum–Infected Erythrocytes by Rodent Macrophages

A CD36-dependent pathway enhances macrophage and adipose tissue inflammation and impairs insulin signalling

PKCδ signalling regulates SR-A and CD36 expression and foam cell formation

VPA response in SMA is suppressed by the fatty acid translocase CD36

Common CD36 SNPs reduce protein expression and may contribute to a protective atherogenic profile

CD36 Mediates Endothelial Dysfunction Downstream of Circulating Factors Induced by O3 Exposure

Systemic lupus erythematosus, thrombocytopenia, microangiopathic haemolytic anaemia and anti-CD36 antibodies.

Downregulated CD36 and oxLDL uptake and stimulated ABCA1/G1 and cholesterol efflux as anti-atherosclerotic mechanisms of interleukin-10

Plasmodium falcipamm—Infected Erythrocytes and Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein Bind to Separate Domains of CD36

Curcumin enhances non-opsonic phagocytosis of Plasmodium falciparum through up-regulation of CD36 surface expression on monocytes/macrophages

PP2 and piceatannol inhibit PrP106–126-induced iNOS activation mediated by CD36 in BV2 microglia

Intermedin inhibits macrophage foam-cell formation via tristetraprolin-mediated decay of CD36 mRNA

The role of the scavenger receptor CD36 in regulating mononuclear phagocyte trafficking to atherosclerotic lesions and vascular inflammation

CD36-mediated cholesterol efflux is associated with PPARγ activation via a MAPK-dependent COX-2 pathway in macrophages

 

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a transmembrane multifunctional glycoprotein (88 kDa) present in platelets, endothelial cells, and many other cell types. It mediates adherence to collagen, thrombospondin, Plasmodium falciparum‐infested erythrocytes, and oxidized ...

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