C4BP

C4BP
complement 4 binding protein

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  • C4BP (protein) — protein Name = complement component 4 binding protein, alpha caption = width = HGNCid = 1325 Symbol = C4BPA AltSymbols = C4BP EntrezGene = 722 OMIM = 120830 RefSeq = NM 000715 UniProt = P04003 PDB = ECnumber = Chromosome = 1 Arm = q Band = 32… …   Wikipedia

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  • C3-convertase — The classical and alternative complement pathways. There are two forms of C3 convertase (EC 3.4.21.43). The first is an enzyme composed of the C4b C2a complex, which forms during the classical or lectin pathways of the complement system …   Wikipedia

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