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Complement receptor 3

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  1. a human macrophage cell surface receptor that recognizes C3b when bound to the surface of foreign cells

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  2. Binding to the receptor causes phagocytosis and destruction of the foreign cell

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  3. belongs to a family of cell surface receptors known as integrins (because they share this particular β chain, they are referred to as β2-integrins), which are extremely widely distributed throughout nature and which generally are important in cellu

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  4. (CD11b/CD18) is present exclusively on leukocytes, particularly on NK cells, monocytes and polymorphonuclear neutrophils

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  5. A fully activated neutrophil may express on its membrane 200,000 or more CR3 molecules

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