The scavenger receptors are a large family of molecules that are structurally diverse and have been implicated in a range of functions. They are expressed by myeloid cells, selected endothelial cells and some epithelial cells and recognise many different ligands, including microbial pathogens as well as endogenous and modified host-derived molecules. This review will focus on the eight classes of scavenger receptors (class A-H) in terms of their structure, expression and recognition of host-d...Expand abstract
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Macrophage scavenger receptors and host-derived ligands.
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