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Complement Pathway

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The complement pathway consists of several small proteins synthesized by the liver, circulating in the blood as inactive precursors or in proprotein forms. Upon stimulation, Proteases cleave the specific proteins releasing cytokines and thus enhancing the cascade of further cleavages. This results in the activation of the complement fixation cascade followed by stimulation of phagocytosis to get rid of the damaged material or cell killing. BioVision is excited to offer research-grade tools for the complement pathway. Click on the interactive pathway to get more information.

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