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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : TfR / transferrin

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2018 Novel PAMAM-PEG-Peptide Conjugates for siRNA Delivery Targeted to the Transferrin and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptors. EGFR, N/P, PEG
2018 Synthetic Polymer Nanoparticles Functionalized with Different Ligands for Receptor-mediated Transcytosis across Blood-Brain Barrier. BBB, Lfr, LRP
2016 The fast-recycling receptor Megalin defines the apical recycling pathway of epithelial cells. ARE, CRE, pIgR
2000 Suppression of rat and mouse lymphocyte function by urban air particulates (Ottawa dust) is reversed by N-acetylcysteine. ELISA, IL-2, LPS, NAC, PBMCs
1998 Acute phase proteins and interleukins in steady state sickle cell disease. AAT, AGP, AMG, beta2m, CER, CRP, HPT, ILs, TNF-alpha
1994 Secretion of a novel T-lymphocyte cytokine possessing both chemotactic and growth factor activity by serotonin-stimulated human aortic endothelial cells. ED-LCA
1994 Serotonin-stimulated aortic endothelial cells secrete a novel T lymphocyte chemotactic and growth factor. ED-LCA, IL
1993 Proliferative activity of normal and neoplastic urothelium and its relation to epidermal growth factor and transferrin receptors. EGF-R, TCCs
1992 Epidermal growth in the skin equivalent. EGF-R, SE, SE6
10  1990 Epithelial tumor cells in bone marrow of patients with colorectal cancer: immunocytochemical detection, phenotypic characterization, and prognostic significance. CK, EGF-R, HLA, mAb
11  1989 Possible mechanisms underlying peripheral lymphocyte activation in chronic liver disease and asymptomatic HBsAg carriers. ALC, CAH, HBV, IL-2
12  1988 Early lymphocyte activation molecule defined by the monoclonal antibody MLR-3: biochemical and functional studies. B-NHL, IL-2R, PHA
13  1987 The regulation by low-density lipoproteins of the activation of oxidative enzyme-primed lymphocytes is governed by transferrin. IL-2R, LDL, NAGO, SFM