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DC-SIGN


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DC‐SIGN

Functional comparison of mouse CIRE/mouse DC-SIGN and human DC-SIGN

Glycodendrimers prevent HIV transmission via DC-SIGN on dendritic cells

Activation of DC-SIGN Promoter and Common Signaling Pathways Between HIV-1 5′LTR and DC-SIGN

DC-SIGN-Mediated Transfer of HIV-1 Is Compromised by the Ability of Leishmania infantum to Exploit DC-SIGN as a Ligand

Five mouse homologues of the human dendritic cell C-type lectin, DC-SIGN

Cell type‐dependent retention and transmission of HIV‐1 by DC‐SIGN

DC-SIGN binds ICAM-3 isolated from peripheral human leukocytes through Lewis x residues

Transmission of Macrophage-Tropic HIV-1 by Breast-Milk Macrophages via DC-SIGN

DC-SIGN, but not sDC-SIGN, can modulate IL-2 production from PMA- and anti-CD3-stimulated primary human CD4 T cells

Analysis of the Interaction of Ebola Virus Glycoprotein with DC-SIGN (Dendritic Cell—Specific Intercellular Adhesion Molecule 3—Grabbing Nonintegrin) and Its Homologue DC-SIGNR

Fucosylated clusterin in semen promotes the uptake of stress-damaged proteins by dendritic cells via DC-SIGN

Leptospira interrogans is recognized through DC-SIGN and induces maturation and cytokine production by human dendritic cells

Gp120 binding with DC-SIGN induces reactivation of HIV-1 provirus via the NF-κB signaling pathway

β1-Integrins determine the dendritic morphology which enhances DC-SIGN-mediated particle capture by dendritic cells

Functional comparison of the mouse DC‐SIGN, SIGNR1, SIGNR3 and Langerin, C‐type lectins

Protective Role of DC-SIGN (CD209) Neck-Region Alleles with <5 Repeat Units in HIV-1 Transmission

Diversity in Sign Languages. Lucas, C. (Ed.). (2002). Turn-Taking, Fingerspelling, and Contact in Signed Languages. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. 176 pages. Hardcover. $55.00.

A mouse Cκ‐specific T cell clone indicates that DC‐SIGN is an efficient target for antibody‐mediated delivery of T cell epitopes for MHC class II presentation

 

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abbr. for dendritic cell‐specific ICAM‐3‐grabbing nonintegrin; either of two type II transmembrane proteins that are specific to dendritic cells (i.e. antigen‐presenting macrophages, mainly of spleen and lymph nodes) and bind ...

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