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    1. Gelhaus, A; Scheding, A; Browne, E; Burchard, GD; Horstmann, RD
      Variability of the CD36 gene in West Africa

      HUMAN MUTATION
    2. Wieclawska, B; Rozalski, M; Trojanowski, Z; Watala, C
      Modulators of intraplatelet calcium concentration affect the binding of thrombospondin to blood platelets in healthy donors and patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    3. Kashiwagi, H; Tomiyama, Y; Nozaki, S; Kiyoi, T; Tadokoro, S; Matsumoto, K; Honda, S; Kosugi, S; Kurata, Y; Matsuzawa, Y
      Analyses of genetic abnormalities in type ICD36 deficiency in Japan: identification and cell biological characterization of two novel mutations that cause CD36 deficiency in man

      HUMAN GENETICS
    4. Janssen, KP; Schleicher, M
      Dictyostelium discoideum: a genetic model system for the study of professional phagocytes - Profilin, phosphoinositides and the lmp gene family in Dictyostelium

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    5. Toba, K; Hanawa, H; Watanabe, K; Fuse, I; Masuko, M; Miyajima, S; Takahashi, M; Sakaue, M; Abo, T; Aizawa, Y
      Erythroid involvement in CD36 deficiency

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    6. Fujino, H; Ohta, K; Taniue, A; Nagao, N; Hino, M; Yamane, T; Koh, KR; Takeoka, Y; Hirose, A; Aoyama, Y; Nakamae, H; Terada, Y; Takubo, T; Tatsumi, N
      Primary refractoriness to platelet transfusion caused by Nak(a) antibody alone

      VOX SANGUINIS
    7. Devaraj, S; Hugou, I; Jialal, I
      alpha-Tocopherol decreases CD36 expression in human monocyte-derived macrophages

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    8. Ohgami, N; Nagai, R; Ikemoto, M; Arai, H; Kuniyasu, A; Horiuchi, S; Nakayama, H
      CD36, a member of the class B scavenger receptor family, as a receptor foradvanced glycation end products

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Janssen, KP; Rost, R; Eichinger, L; Schleicher, M
      Characterization of CD36/LIMPII homologues in Dictyostelium discoideum

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Janciauskiene, S; Moraga, F; Lindgren, S
      C-terminal fragment of alpha 1-antitrypsin activates human monocytes to a pro-inflammatory state through interactions with the CD36 scavenger receptor and LDL receptor

      ATHEROSCLEROSIS
    11. Lee, K; Gane, P; Roudot-Thoraval, F; Godeau, B; Bachir, D; Bernaudin, F; Cartron, JP; Galacteros, F; Bierling, P
      The nonexpression of CD36 on reticulocytes and mature red blood cells doesnot modify the clinical course of patients with sickle cell anemia

      BLOOD
    12. Miao, WM; Vasile, E; Lane, WS; Lawler, J
      CD36 associates with CD9 and integrins on human blood platelets

      BLOOD
    13. Janabi, M; Yamashita, S; Hirano, K; Matsumoto, K; Sakai, N; Hiraoka, H; Kashiwagi, H; Tomiyama, Y; Nozaki, S; Matsuzawa, Y
      Reduced adhesion of monocyte-derived macrophages from CD36-deficient patients to type I collagen

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    14. Matsumoto, K; Hirano, K; Nozaki, S; Takamoto, A; Nishida, M; Nakagawa-Toyama, Y; Janabi, MY; Ohya, T; Yamashita, S; Matsuzawa, Y
      Expression of macrophage (M phi) scavenger receptor, CD36, in cultured human aortic smooth muscle cells in association with expression of peroxisome proliferator activated receptor-gamma, which regulates gain of M phi-like phenotype in vitro, and its implication in atherogenesis

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Chen, H; Herndon, ME; Lawler, J
      The cell biology of thrombospondin-1

      MATRIX BIOLOGY
    16. Yanai, H; Chiba, H; Fujiwara, H; Morimoto, M; Abe, K; Yoshida, S; Takahashi, Y; Fuda, H; Hui, SP; Akita, H; Kobayashi, K; Matsuno, K
      Phenotype-genotype correlation in CD36 deficiency types I and II

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    17. Chaudet, B; Renard, M; Seigneur, M; Boisseau, MR
      Erythrocyte adhesion to vascular endothelium: clinical applications.

      REVUE DE MEDECINE INTERNE
    18. Yoshizumi, T; Nozaki, S; Fukuchi, K; Yamasaki, K; Fukuchi, T; Maruyama, T; Tomiyama, Y; Yamashita, S; Nishimura, T; Matsuzawa, Y
      Pharmacokinetics and metabolism of I-123-BMIPP fatty acid analog in healthy and CD36-deficient subjects

      JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    19. Yanai, H; Chiba, H; Morimoto, M; Abe, K; Fujiwara, H; Fuda, H; Hui, SP; Takahashi, Y; Akita, H; Jamieson, GA; Kobayashi, K; Matsuno, K
      Human CD36 deficiency is associated with elevation in low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    20. Gruarin, P; De Monte, L; Alessio, M
      CD36 folding revealed by conformational epitope expression is essential for cytoadherence of Plasmodium falciparum-infected red blood cells

      PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Yamaguchi, A; Yamamoto, N; Akamatsu, N; Saido, TC; Kaneda, M; Umeda, M; Tanoue, K
      PS-liposome and Ox-LDL bind to different sites of the immunodominant domain (#155-183) of CD36: A study with GS95, a new anti-CD36 monoclonal antibody

      THROMBOSIS RESEARCH
    22. Telen, MJ
      Red blood cell surface adhesion molecules: Their possible roles in normal human physiology and disease

      SEMINARS IN HEMATOLOGY
    23. Mather, IH
      A review and proposed nomenclature for major proteins of the milk-fat globule membrane

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    24. Thorne, RF; Marshall, JF; Shafren, DR; Gibson, PG; Hart, IR; Burns, GF
      The integrins alpha(3)beta(1) and alpha(6)beta(1) physically and functionally associate with CD36 in human melanoma cells - Requirement for the extracellular domain of CD36

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Rock, GA
      Management of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    26. Carron, JA; Wagstaff, SC; Gallagher, JA; Bowler, WB
      A CD36-binding peptide from thrombospondin-1 can stimulate resorption by osteoclasts in vitro

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    27. Nakata, A; Nakagawa, Y; Nishida, M; Nozaki, S; Miyagawa, J; Nakagawa, T; Tamura, R; Matsumoto, K; Kameda-Takemura, K; Yamashita, S; Matsuzawa, Y
      CD36, a novel receptor for oxidized low-density lipoproteins, is highly expressed on lipid-laden macrophages in human atherosclerotic aorta

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Kern, P; Kolowos, W; Hagenhofer, M; Frank, C; Kalden, JR; Herrmann, M
      Alternatively spliced mRNA molecules of the thrombospondin receptor (CD36)in human PBMC

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOGENETICS
    29. Porta, C; Caporali, R; Montecucco, C
      Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura and autoimmunity: a tale of shadows and suspects

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    30. Nozaki, S; Tanaka, T; Yamashita, S; Sohmiya, K; Yoshizumi, T; Okamoto, F; Kitaura, Y; Kotake, C; Nishida, H; Nakata, A; Nakagawa, T; Matsumoto, K; Kameda-Takemura, K; Tadokoro, S; Kurata, Y; Tomiyama, Y; Kawamura, K; Matsuzawa, Y
      CD36 mediates long-chain fatty acid transport in human myocardium: Complete myocardial accumulation defect of radiolabeled long-chain fatty acid analog in subjects with CD36 deficiency

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Fukuchi, K; Nozaki, S; Yoshizumi, T; Hasegawa, S; Uehara, T; Nakagawa, T; Kobayashi, T; Tomiyama, Y; Yamashita, S; Matsuzawa, Y; Nishimura, T
      Enhanced myocardial glucose use in patients with a deficiency in long-chain fatty acid transport (CD36 deficiency)

      JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    32. Nakamura, T; Sugihara, H; Inaba, T; Kinoshita, N; Adachi, Y; Hirasaki, S; Matsuo, A; Azuma, A; Nakagawa, M
      CD36 deficiency has little influence on the pathophysiology of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    33. Alberio, L; Dale, GL
      Platelet-collagen interactions: membrane receptors and intracellular signalling pathways

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    34. Bellucci, S; Legrand, C; Boval, B; Drouet, L; Caen, J
      Studies of platelet volume, chemistry and function in patients with essential thrombocythaemia treated with Anagrelide

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    35. Briddon, SJ; Melford, SK; Turner, M; Tybulewicz, V; Watson, SP
      Collagen mediates changes in intracellular calcium in primary mouse megakaryocytes through syk-dependent and -independent pathways

      BLOOD
    36. Yehualaeshet, T; O'Connor, R; Green-Johnson, J; Mai, S; Silverstein, R; Murphy-Ullrich, JE; Khalil, N
      Activation of rat alveolar macrophage-derived latent transforming growth factor beta-1 by plasmin requires interaction with thrombospondin-1 and its cell surface receptor, CD36

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    37. YAMADA Y; DOI T; HAMAKUBO T; KODAMA T
      SCAVENGER RECEPTOR FAMILY PROTEINS - ROLES FOR ATHEROSCLEROSIS, HOST-DEFENSE AND DISORDERS OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    38. NAKAGAWA T; NOZAKI S; NISHIDA M; YAKUB JM; TOMIYAMA Y; NAKATA A; MATSUMOTO K; FUNAHASHI T; KAMEDATAKEMURA K; KURATA Y; YAMASHITA S; MATSUZAWA Y
      OXIDIZED LDL INCREASES AND INTERFERON-GAMMA DECREASES EXPRESSION OF CD36 IN HUMAN MONOCYTE-DERIVED MACROPHAGES

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    39. FORST J; FORST R; LEITHE H; MAURIN N
      PLATELET-FUNCTION DEFICIENCY IN DUCHENNE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY

      Neuromuscular disorders
    40. ALESSIO M; GRUARIN P; CASTAGNOLI C; TROMBOTTO C; STELLA M
      PRIMARY EX-VIVO CULTURE OF KERATINOCYTES ISOLATED FROM HYPERTROPHIC SCARS AS A MEANS OF BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF CD36

      International journal of clinical & laboratory research
    41. KRONENBERG A; GRAHL H; KEHREL B
      HUMAN PLATELET CD36 (GPIIIB, GPIV) BINDS TO CHOLESTERYL-HEMISUCCINATEAND CAN BE PURIFIED BY A SIMPLE 2-STEP METHOD MAKING USE OF THIS PROPERTY

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    42. DORAHY DJ; BURNS GF
      ACTIVE LYN PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE IS SELECTIVELY ENRICHED WITHIN MEMBRANE MICRODOMAINS OF RESTING PLATELETS

      Biochemical journal
    43. MAGNETTO S; BRUNOBOSSIO G; VOLAND C; LECERF J; LAWLER J; DELMAS P; SILVERSTEIN R; CLEZARDIN P
      CD36 MEDIATES BINDING OF SOLUBLE THROMBOSPONDIN-1 BUT NOT CELL-ADHESION AND HAPTOTAXIS ON IMMOBILIZED THROMBOSPONDIN-1

      Cell biochemistry and function
    44. KRALISZ U; CIERNIEWSKI CS
      TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION EVENTS DURING DIFFERENT STAGES OF COLLAGEN-PLATELET ACTIVATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    45. HWANG EH; TAKI J; YASUE S; FUJIMOTO M; TANIGUCHI M; MATSUNARI I; NAKAJIMA K; SHIOBARA S; IKEDA T; TONAMI N
      ABSENT MYOCARDIAL IODINE-123-BMIPP UPTAKE AND PLATELET MONOCYTE CD36 DEFICIENCY/

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    46. OKAMOTO F; TANAKA T; SOHMIYA K; KAWAMURA K
      CD36 ABNORMALITY AND IMPAIRED MYOCARDIAL LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACID UPTAKEIN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    47. CALVO D; GOMEZCORONADO D; SUAREZ Y; LASUNCION MA; VEGA MA
      HUMAN CD36 IS A HIGH-AFFINITY RECEPTOR FOR THE NATIVE LIPOPROTEINS HDL, LDL, AND VLDL

      Journal of lipid research
    48. CROMBIE R; SILVERSTEIN R
      LYSOSOMAL INTEGRAL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN-II BINDS THROMBOSPONDIN-1 - STRUCTURE-FUNCTION HOMOLOGY WITH THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE CD36 DEFINES A CONSERVED RECOGNITION MOTIF

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. NAKAMURA T; JAMIESON GA; OKUMA M; KAMBAYASHI J; TANDON NN
      PLATELET-ADHESION TO NATIVE TYPE-I COLLAGEN FIBRILS - ROLE OF GPVI INDIVALENT CATION-DEPENDENT AND CATION-INDEPENDENT ADHESION AND THROMBOXANE A(2) GENERATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. Pearce, SFA; Roy, P; Nicholson, AC; Hajjar, DP; Febbraio, M; Silverstein, RL
      Recombinant glutathione S-transferase/CD36 fusion proteins define an oxidized low density lipoprotein-binding domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    51. ENENSTEIN J; GUPTA K; VERCELLOTTI GM; HEBBEL RP
      THROMBIN-STIMULATED CALCIUM MOBILIZATION IS INHIBITED BY THROMBOSPONDIN VIA CD36

      Experimental cell research
    52. RASMUSSEN JT; BERGLUND L; RASMUSSEN MS; PETERSEN TE
      ASSIGNMENT OF DISULFIDE BRIDGES IN BOVINE CD36

      European journal of biochemistry
    53. Schultz, DR; Arnold, PI; Jy, W; Valant, PA; Gruber, J; Ahn, YS; Mao, FW; Mao, WW; Horstman, LL
      Anti-CD36 autoantibodies in thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura and other thrombotic disorders: identification of an 85 kD form of CD36 as a target antigen

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    54. SERGHIDES L; CRANDALL I; HULL E; KAIN KC
      THE PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM CD36 INTERACTION IS MODIFIED BY A SINGLE AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTION IN CD36

      Blood
    55. TASSONE P; TUCCILLO F; BONELLI P; TURCO MC; CECCO L; CERRA M; BOND HM; BARBIERI V; VENUTA S
      CD36 IS RAPIDLY AND TRANSIENTLY UP-REGULATED ON PHYTOHEMAGGLUTININ (PHA)-STIMULATED PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES - ANALYSIS BY A NEW MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY (UN7)

      Tissue antigens
    56. DAVIET L; MALVOISIN E; WILD TF; MCGREGOR JL
      THROMBOSPONDIN INDUCES DIMERIZATION OF MEMBRANE-BOUND, BUT NOT SOLUBLE CD36

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    57. DAVIET L; MCGREGOR JL
      VASCULAR BIOLOGY OF CD36 - ROLES OF THIS NEW ADHESION MOLECULE FAMILYIN DIFFERENT DISEASE STATES

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    58. ALSHAHI R; MASON JC; RAO R; HURD C; THOMPSON EM; HASKARD DO; DAVIES KA
      SYSTEMIC LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS, THROMBOCYTOPENIA, MICROANGIOPATHIC HEMOLYTIC-ANEMIA AND ANTI-CD36 ANTIBODIES

      British journal of rheumatology
    59. POOLE A; GIBBINS JM; TURNER M; VANVUGT MJ; VANDEWINKEL JGJ; SAITO T; TYBULEWICZ VLJ; WATSON SP
      THE FC RECEPTOR GAMMA-CHAIN AND THE TYROSINE KINASE SYK ARE ESSENTIALFOR ACTIVATION OF MOUSE PLATELETS BY COLLAGEN

      EMBO journal
    60. KRALISZ U; CIERNIEWSKI CS
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF THE TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITORS ON COLLAGEN TYPE 1-INDUCED PLATELET-AGGREGATION AND ADHESION TO THIS PROTEIN

      Thrombosis research
    61. TANAKA T; SOHMIYA K; KAWAMURA K
      IS CD36 DEFICIENCY AN ETIOLOGY OF HEREDITARY HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    62. DAWSON DW; PEARCE SFA; ZHONG RQ; SILVERSTEIN RL; FRAZIER WA; BOUCK NP
      CD36 MEDIATES THE IN-VITRO INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF THROMBOSPONDIN-1 ON ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    63. CAO GP; GARCIA CK; WYNE KL; SCHULTZ RA; PARKER KL; HOBBS HH
      STRUCTURE AND LOCALIZATION OF THE HUMAN GENE ENCODING SR-BI CLA-1 - EVIDENCE FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL BY STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    64. ROGERS ME; SUN M; LERNER MR; VOGT RG
      SNMP-1, A NOVEL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN OF OLFACTORY NEURONS OF THE SILK MOTH ANTHERAEA-POLYPHEMUS WITH HOMOLOGY TO THE CD36 FAMILY OF MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. POLGAR J; CLEMETSON JM; KEHREL BE; WIEDEMANN M; MAGNENAT EM; WELLS TNC; CLEMETSON KJ
      PLATELET ACTIVATION AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY CONVULXIN, A C-TYPE LECTIN FROM CROTALUS-DURISSUS-TERRIFICUS (TROPICAL RATTLESNAKE) VENOM VIA THE P62 GPVI COLLAGEN RECEPTOR/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. DAVIET L; CRAIG AG; MCGREGOR L; PINCHES R; WILD TF; BERENDT AR; NEWBOLD CI; MCGREGOR JL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 VACCINIA CD36 RECOMBINANT-VIRUS-GENERATED MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES (10 5, 13/10) - EFFECTS ON MALARIAL CYTOADHERENCE ANDPLATELET FUNCTIONS/

      European journal of biochemistry
    67. YESNER LM; HUH HY; PEARCE SF; SILVERSTEIN RL
      REGULATION OF MONOCYTE CD36 AND THROMBOSPONDIN-1 EXPRESSION BY SOLUBLE MEDIATORS

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    68. NAVAZO MDP; DAVIET L; NINIO E; MCGREGOR JL
      IDENTIFICATION ON HUMAN CD36 OF A DOMAIN-(155-183) IMPLICATED IN BINDING OXIDIZED LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS (OX-LDL)

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    69. DIAZRICART M; TANDON NN; GOMEZORTIZ G; CARRETERO M; ESCOLAR G; ORDINAS A; JAMIESON GA
      ANTIBODIES TO CD36 (GPIV) INHIBIT PLATELET-ADHESION TO SUBENDOTHELIALSURFACES UNDER FLOW CONDITIONS

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    70. DUTTAROY AK; GORDON MJ; CAMPBELL FM; CROSBIE LC
      ARACHIDONIC-ACID UPTAKE BY HUMAN PLATELETS IS MEDIATED BY CD36

      Platelets
    71. BERGLUND L; PETERSEN TE; RASMUSSEN JT
      STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BOVINE CD36 FROM THE MILK-FAT GLOBULE-MEMBRANE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    72. CURTIS BR; ASTER RH
      INCIDENCE OF THE NAK(A)-NEGATIVE PLATELET PHENOTYPE IN AFRICAN-AMERICANS IS SIMILAR TO THAT OF ASIANS

      Transfusion
    73. BAILLIE AGS; COBURN CT; ABUMRAD NA
      REVERSIBLE BINDING OF LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACIDS TO PURIFIED FAT, THE ADIPOSE CD36 HOMOLOG

      The Journal of membrane biology
    74. ASCH A
      TO TELL THE TRUTH - WILL THE REAL CD36 PLEASE STAND UP

      The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
    75. RYEOM SW; SPARROW JR; SILVERSTEIN RL
      CD36 PARTICIPATES IN THE PHAGOCYTOSIS OF ROD OUTER SEGMENTS BY RETINAL-PIGMENT EPITHELIUM

      Journal of Cell Science
    76. TAO NB; WAGNER SJ; LUBLIN DM
      CD36 IS PALMITOYLATED ON BOTH N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL CYTOPLASMIC TAILS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    77. GIBBINS J; ASSELIN J; FARNDALE R; BARNES M; LAW CL; WATSON SP
      TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE FC RECEPTOR GAMMA-CHAIN IN COLLAGEN-STIMULATED PLATELETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. NAVAZO MDP; DAVIET L; SAVILL J; REN Y; LEUNG LLK; MCGREGOR JL
      IDENTIFICATION OF A DOMAIN(155-183) ON CD36 IMPLICATED IN THE PHAGOCYTOSIS OF APOPTOTIC NEUTROPHILS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    79. ARMESILLA AL; CALVO D; VEGA MA
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN CD36 GENE PROMOTER - IDENTIFICATION OF A PROXIMAL PEBP2 CBF SITE/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    80. MATSUNO K; DIAZRICART M; MONTGOMERY RR; ASTER RH; JAMIESON GA; TANDON NN
      INHIBITION OF PLATELET-ADHESION TO COLLAGEN BY MONOCLONAL ANTI-CD36 ANTIBODIES

      British Journal of Haematology
    81. HUH HY; PEARCE SF; YESNER LM; SCHINDLER JL; SILVERSTEIN RL
      REGULATED EXPRESSION OF CD36 DURING MONOCYTE-TO-MACROPHAGE DIFFERENTIATION - POTENTIAL ROLE OF CD36 IN FOAM CELL-FORMATION

      Blood
    82. WU CC; KO FN; HUANG TF; TENG CM
      MECHANISMS-REGULATED PLATELET SPREADING AFTER INITIAL PLATELET CONTACT WITH COLLAGEN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    83. RHINEHARTJONES T; GREENWALT DE
      A DETERGENT-SENSITIVE 113-KDA CONFORMER COMPLEX OF CD36 EXISTS ON THEPLATELET SURFACE/

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    84. NICHOLSON AC; FRIEDA S; PEARCE A; SILVERSTEIN RL
      OXIDIZED LDL BINDS TO CD36 ON HUMAN MONOCYTE-DERIVED MACROPHAGES AND TRANSFECTED CELL-LINES - EVIDENCE IMPLICATING THE LIPID MOIETY OF THE LIPOPROTEIN AS THE BINDING-SITE

      Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
    85. MERCIER N; CATIMEL B; RECK MP; PELLECCHIA D; MCGREGOR JL
      IDENTIFICATION OF A FUNCTIONAL SITE ON CD36 INVOLVED IN THE INTERACTION BETWEEN PLATELETS AND COLLAGEN

      Platelets
    86. KONIG H; PFISTERER P; CORCORAN LM; WIRTH T
      IDENTIFICATION OF CD36 AS THE FIRST GENE DEPENDENT ON THE B-CELL DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR OCT-2

      Genes & development
    87. CLEMETSON KJ
      PLATELET ACTIVATION - SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION VIA MEMBRANE-RECEPTORS

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    88. DAVIET L; MORELKOPP MC; KAPLAN C; MCGREGOR JL
      A STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN ON HUMAN CD36 IS INVOLVED IN THE BINDING OF ANTI-NAK(A) ANTIBODIES

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    89. DAVIET L; BUCKLAND R; NAVAZO MDP; MCGREGOR JL
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN IMMUNODOMINANT FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN ON HUMAN CD36 ANTIGEN USING HUMAN-MOUSE CHIMERIC PROTEINS AND HOMOLOG-REPLACEMENT MUTAGENESIS

      Biochemical journal
    90. TANAKA T; KAWAMURA K
      ISOLATION OF MYOCARDIAL MEMBRANE LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACID-BINDING PROTEIN - HOMOLOGY WITH A RAT MEMBRANE-PROTEIN IMPLICATED IN THE BINDING OR TRANSPORT OF LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACIDS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    91. REN Y; SILVERSTEIN RL; ALLEN J; SAVILL J
      CD36 GENE-TRANSFER CONFERS CAPACITY FOR PHAGOCYTOSIS OF CELLS UNDERGOING APOPTOSIS

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    92. NOZAKI S; KASHIWAGI H; YAMASHITA S; NAKAGAWA T; KOSTNER B; TOMIYAMA Y; NAKATA A; ISHIGAMI M; MIYAGAWA JI; KAMEDATAKEMURA K; KURATA Y; MATSUZAWA Y
      REDUCED UPTAKE OF OXIDIZED LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS IN MONOCYTE-DERIVED MACROPHAGES FROM CD36-DEFICIENT SUBJECTS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    93. GREENWALT DE; SCHECK SH; RHINEHARTJONES T
      HEART CD36 EXPRESSION IS INCREASED IN MURINE MODELS OF DIABETES AND IN MICE FED A HIGH-FAT DIET

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    94. PEARCE SFA; WU J; SILVERSTEIN RL
      RECOMBINANT GST CD36 FUSION PROTEINS DEFINE A THROMBOSPONDIN BINDING DOMAIN - EVIDENCE FOR A SINGLE CALCIUM-DEPENDENT BINDING-SITE ON CD36/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. RIGOTTI A; ACTON SL; KRIEGER M
      THE CLASS-B SCAVENGER RECEPTORS SR-BI AND CD36 ARE RECEPTORS FOR ANIONIC PHOSPHOLIPIDS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. HUH HY; LO SK; YESNER LM; SILVERSTEIN RL
      CD36 INDUCTION ON HUMAN MONOCYTES UPON ADHESION TO TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-ACTIVATED ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. THIBERT V; BELLUCCI S; CRISTOFARI M; GLUCKMAN E; LEGRAND C
      INCREASED PLATELET CD36 CONSTITUTES A COMMON MARKER IN MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS

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