Transport of bacterial lipopolysaccharide to the golgi apparatus.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Thieblemont N, Wright SD
  • Journal: J Exp Med (1999) 190:523-534
  • ID: PN35058
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Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-binding protein accelerates the binding of LPS to CD14.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Hailman E, Lichenstein HS, Wurfel MM, Miller DS, Johnson DA, Kelley M, Busse LA, Zukowski MM, Wright SD
  • Journal: J Exp Med (1994) 179:269-277
  • ID: PN36435
63c0aa6c7608db5dd08cdfa112b1453e_Citations

Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-binding protein is carried on lipoproteins and acts as a cofactor in the neutralization of LPS.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Wurfel MM, Kunitake ST, Lichenstein H, Kane JP, Wright SD
  • Journal: J Exp Med (1994) 180:1025-1035
  • ID: PN36437
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Soluble CD14 acts as a shuttle in the neutralization of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) by LPS-binding protein and reconstituted high density lipoprotein.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Wurfel MM, Hailman E, Wright SD
  • Journal: J Exp Med (1995) 181:1743-1754
  • ID: PN36436
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Catalytic properties of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) binding protein. Transfer of LPS to soluble CD14.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Yu B, Wright SD
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1996) 271:4100-4105
  • ID: PN24866
63f3a0d84155cf94b757c01c3c8ba2f8_Citations

Internalization of monomeric lipopolysaccharide occurs after transfer out of cell surface CD14.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Vasselon T, Hailman E, Thieringer R, Detmers PA
  • Journal: J Exp Med (1999) 190:509-521
  • ID: PN35081
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