Scavenger receptors: diverse activities and promiscuous binding of polyanionic ligands
- Scavenger receptors are a diverse family of proteins that share a common property – the binding of modified lipoprotein – but they have recently been shown to recognise a diverse range of ligands. Understanding the molecular interaction of receptor-ligand binding should provide insight into how scavenger receptors contribute to important biological processes.
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