Murine Anti- GPIba
Platelet membrane glycoprotein Ib (GPIba) is comprised of an alpha and beta subunit linked by disulfide bonds. GPIba (also known as CD42b) is a 135 kDa membrane protein subunit that binds a variety of adhesive and procoagulant ligands, including von Willebrand factor. Cleavage of GPIba by the “sheddase” ADAM17 releases the ectodomain glycocalicin into plasma. ADAM17 cleaves GPIba at Gly464-Val465. Liang et al. have shown that the murine monoclonal antibody designated 5G6 (GMA-340) binds the ADAM17 cleavage site and blocks glycocalicin release.
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