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Expression of the complement regulatory proteins decay accelerating factor (DAF, CD55), membrane cofactor protein (MCP, CD46) and CD59 in the normal human uterine cervix and in premalignant and malignant cervical disease.
The complement regulatory proteins CD46 and CD59, but not CD55, are highly expressed by glandular epithelium of human breast and colorectal tumour tissues.
Expression of human complement regulatory protein, such as hDAF, CD46, and CD59, on endothelial cells was critical for protection against HAR in xenotransplantation because the endothelial cells are first exposed to the various components of the recipient's immune system (Aigner et al.

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