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[Monocyte inhibitory receptor HM18] The cDNA encoding a member of the Ig superfamily containing 3 ITIM sequence motifs has been cloned by Arm et al (1997). The same gene has been cloned by Cella et al (1997) who called it ILT3. Borges et al (1997) have cloned the same gene, which they called LIR4. The protein has been renamed LILRB4 [leukocyte immunoglobulin-like receptor subfamily B member 4] and, in the nomenclature of CD antigens has received the designation CD85k (see: CD85).
For additional information on CD antigens see also: CD antigens MiniCOPE Dictionary.
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