sialyl Lewis x


sialyl Lewis x
(= sLex ; CD15s)
Sialylated form of CD15, the ligand for E-, P- and L-selectins. Expressed on neutrophils, basophils and monocytes and only some lymphocytes. Also present on some HEV. Deficiency in sialyl Lewis-X will cause leucocyte adhesion deficiency Type II.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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