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Apyrases are calcium- and magnesium-dependent high specificity activity glycoproteins that hydrolyze extracellular nucleotide triphosphates and/or diphosphates with high specificity activity (Plesner, 1995). The cell surface marker CD39 has been shown to be an apyrase (Wang and Guidotti, 1998).

For additional information on CD antigens see also: CD antigens MiniCOPE Dictionary.

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