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C3b
also called Complement c3b

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  1. a one of the elements formed by the cleavage of complement component 3

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  2. may bind to microbial cell surfaces within an organism's body

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  3. This can lead to the production of surface-bound C3 convertase and thus more C3b components

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  4. Also known as C3bBb, this convertase is similar to soluble C3-convertase except that it is membrane bound

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  5. The classical and alternative complement pathways
    The classical and alternative complement pathways

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  6. Alternatively, bound C3b may aid in opsonization of the microbe by macrophages. Complement receptor 1 or CR1 on macrophages allows the engaging of C3b covered microbes

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