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Concept Complement System Proteins
Concept Complement C3b
Concept Complement Inactivator Proteins
Concept Complement Activation
Concept Complement C3
Concept Complement C5
Concept Receptors, Complement
Concept Complement C5a
Concept Complement C3d
Concept Complement Factor H
Concept Complement C5b
Concept Receptors, Complement 3d
Concept Receptors, Complement 3b
Academic Article Expression of a soluble complement inhibitor protects transgenic mice from antibody-induced acute renal failure.
Academic Article Complement is activated in kidney by endotoxin but does not cause the ensuing acute renal failure.
Academic Article A protein with characteristics of factor H is present on rodent platelets and functions as the immune adherence receptor.
Academic Article Glomerular complement regulation is overwhelmed in passive Heymann nephritis.
Academic Article A complement-dependent model of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura induced by antibodies reactive with endothelial cells.
Academic Article Transgenic expression of a soluble complement inhibitor protects against renal disease and promotes survival in MRL/lpr mice.
Academic Article Decay-accelerating factor expression in the rat kidney is restricted to the apical surface of podocytes.
Academic Article Injury in renal ischemia-reperfusion is independent from immunoglobulins and T lymphocytes.
Academic Article Contrasting roles of complement activation and its regulation in membranous nephropathy.
Academic Article Inhibiting the complement system does not reduce injury in renal ischemia reperfusion.
Academic Article Transcriptional profiling reveals that C5a alters microRNA in brain endothelial cells.
Academic Article C5a alters blood-brain barrier integrity in a human in vitro model of systemic lupus erythematosus.
Academic Article Complement in Lupus Nephritis: New Perspectives.
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