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Regulation of pentraxin-3 by antioxidants

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Arterial Stiffness and Pentraxin 3 Levels in Obese Patients

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Pentraxin-3 in chronic heart failure: the CORONA and GISSI-HF trials

Pentraxin 3 is elevated in haemodialysis patients and is associated with cardiovascular disease

Neuronal and Peripheral Pentraxins Modify Glutamate Release and may Interact in Blood–Brain Barrier Failure

Neutrophil-dependent pentraxin-3 and reactive oxygen species production modulate endothelial dysfunction in haemodialysis patients

Common Skate (Raja kenojei) Secretes Pentraxin into the Cutaneous Secretion: The First Skin Mucus Lectin in Cartilaginous Fish

Three-month variation of plasma pentraxin 3 compared with C-reactive protein, albumin and homocysteine levels in haemodialysis patients

P258Redox-state of pentraxin 3 as a novel biomarker for resolution of inflammation and survival in sepsis

P625An insight into the function of immunoproteasomes in immunmodulation: induction of the pattern recognition factor Pentraxin 3 in acute cardiac inflammation

microRNA-224 regulates Pentraxin 3, a component of the humoral arm of innate immunity, in inner ear inflammation

 

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A family of proteins that can form pentameric (or decameric) complexes, have the ability to bind numerous ligands and may be involved in nonspecific uptake of bacteria and cell debris. Pentraxin 1 is expressed mostly in brain and binds snake venom toxin taipoxin. Pentraxin 2 is more widely distributed. Pentraxin 3 (pentaxin 3) binds various pathogens, including Aspergillus fumigatus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Salmonella typhimurium. Other members of the family are C-reactive protein and serum amyloid P.

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