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Complement and its fractions (C3-C4) pattern in subjects with neoplasiaMANGANO, A; MESSINA, L; BIRGILLITO, S et al.Journal of immunopharmacology. 1984, Vol 6, Num 3, pp 147-162, issn 0163-0571Article

Studies on the formation of a unique cellular intermediate (EAC14256) from EAC142 and C56KITAMURA, H; TSUBOI, M.International archives of allergy and applied immunology. 1988, Vol 85, Num 3, pp 322-328, issn 0020-5915Article

Synthesis of C3, C5, C6, C7, C8, and C9 by human fibroblastsGARRED, P; HETLAND, G; MOLLNES, T. E et al.Scandinavian journal of immunology (Print). 1990, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 555-560, issn 0300-9475, 6 p.Article

Antibody-independent activation of C1. I: Differences in the mechanism of C1 activation by nonimmune activators and by immune complexes: C1r-independent activation of C1s by cardiolipin vesiclesKOVACSOVICS, T. J; PEITSCH, M. C; KRESS, A et al.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1987, Vol 138, Num 6, pp 1864-1870, issn 0022-1767Article

Effect of fibronectin on the haemolytic activity of complementKRATZ, H. J; BORSOS, T; ISLIKER, H et al.Annales de l'Institut Pasteur/Immunologie. 1985, Vol 136, Num 2, pp 97-103Article

The C4 and C2 but not C1 components of complement are responsible for the complement activation triggered by the Ra-reactive factorYUE-HUA JI; MATSUSHITA, M; OKADA, H et al.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1988, Vol 141, Num 12, pp 4271-4275, issn 0022-1767Article

Molecular organization and function of the complement systemMÜLLER-EBERHARD, H. J.Annual review of biochemistry. 1988, Vol 57, pp 321-347, issn 0066-4154Article

Changes of serum complement concentrations in tumour patients prior and after radiotherapyBEYER-ENKE, S. A; STRAUSS, L. G; GEORGI, M et al.Strahlentherapie und Onkologie. 1986, Vol 162, Num 7, pp 441-447, issn 0179-7158Article

Biosynthesis of complement components by cultured rat hepatocytesANTHONY, R; MORRISON, L; MACSWEEN, R. N. M et al.Biochemical journal (London. 1906). 1985, Vol 232, Num 1, pp 93-98, issn 0006-2936Article

Comparison of channels formed by poly C9, C5b-8 and the membrane attack complex of complementZALMAN, L. S; MUÊLLER-EBERHARD, H. J.Molecular immunology. 1990, Vol 27, Num 6, pp 533-537, issn 0161-5890, 5 p.Article

Fluid-phase assembly of the membrane attack complex of complementSILVERSMITH, R. E; NELSESTUEN, G. L.Biochemistry (Easton). 1986, Vol 25, Num 4, pp 841-851, issn 0006-2960Article

Serum complement components in patients with trachomaSEN, D. K; SARIN, G. S; HIRANANDANI, M et al.British journal of ophthalmology. 1985, Vol 69, Num 9, pp 707-710, issn 0007-1161Article

Modelling of C1, the first component of human complement: towards a consensus?ARLAUD, G. J; COLOMB, M. G.Molecular immunology. 1987, Vol 24, Num 3, issn 0161-5890, 317Article

Human umbilical vein endothelial cells synthesize functional C3, C5, C6, C8 and C9 in vitroJOHNSON, E; HETLAND, G.Scandinavian journal of immunology (Print). 1991, Vol 33, Num 6, pp 667-671, issn 0300-9475Article

Activation of human C1: analysis with western blootting reveals slow self-activationHOSOI, S; CIRCOLO, A; BORSOS, T et al.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1987, Vol 139, Num 5, pp 1602-1608, issn 0022-1767Article

Phenotypes of complement knockoutsHOLERS, V. M.Immunopharmacology (New York). 2000, Vol 49, Num 1-2, pp 125-131, issn 0162-3109Conference Paper

The thioester bond of C3LEVINE, R. P; DODDS, A. W.Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. 1990, Vol 153, pp 73-82, issn 0070-217XArticle

Effect of gangliosides on activation of the alternative pathway of human complementMICHALEK, M. T; BREMER, E. G; MOLD, C et al.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1988, Vol 140, Num 5, pp 1581-1587, issn 0022-1767Article

Phylogeny of C4b-C3b cleaving activity: similar fragmentation patterns of human C4b and C3b produced by lower animalsKAIDOH, T; GIGLI, I.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1987, Vol 139, Num 1, pp 194-201, issn 0022-1767Article

Activation and fragmentation of the third (C3) and the fourth (C4) components of complement: generation and isolation of physiologically relevant fragments C3c and C4cJANATOVA, J; GOBEL, R. J.Journal of immunological methods. 1985, Vol 85, Num 1, pp 17-26, issn 0022-1759Article

Co-operative interaction of subcomponents of the first component of complement with IgG: a functional defect of dimeric Facb from rabbit IgGOKADA, M; UDAKA, K; UTSUMI, S et al.Molecular immunology. 1985, Vol 22, Num 12, pp 1399-1406, issn 0161-5890Article

Applications of complement determinations in human diseaseGLOVSKY, M. M.Annals of allergy. 1994, Vol 72, Num 6, pp 477-486, issn 0003-4738Article

Quantitative analysis of C4B dimer binding to distinct sites on the C3b/C4b receptor (CR1)REILLY, B. D; MAKRIDES, S. C; FORD, P. J et al.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1994, Vol 269, Num 10, pp 7696-7701, issn 0021-9258Article

High molecular weight non-immunoglobulin salivary agglutinins (NIA) bind C1Q globular heads and have the potential to activate the first complement componentBOACKLE, R. J; CONNOR, M. H; VESELY, J et al.Molecular immunology. 1993, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 309-319, issn 0161-5890Article

Nucleated cell killing by complement: effects of C5b-9 channel size and extracellular Ca2+ on the lytic processSANG-HO KIM; CARNEY, D. F; HAMMER, C. H et al.The Journal of immunology (1950). 1987, Vol 138, Num 5, pp 1530-1536, issn 0022-1767Article

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