|Ref Sequence Id||NP_001095313.1|
|Amino Acid Lenth||742|
|Protein Existence Status||Reviewed: Experimental evidence at transcript level|
|Presence in other biological fluids/tissue/cells||placenta, lung, heart, astrocytes, microglia, vascular/perivascular cells of the brain and in cultured nurse-like cell lines|
|Protein Function||mediate phagocytosis of Saccharomyces, E. coli and S. aureus; Cl-P1 in the vascular spaces acts as a scavenger receptor to scavenge released neutrophil glycoproteins, both locally at sites of inflammation or systemically, when they are released in the circulation; CL-P1 bound CRP in a charge-dependent manner interaction mediated activation of the classical complement activation pathway|
|Biochemical Properties||single pass (type II) transmembrane protein orientated with its N-terminal towards the cytosol; trimer of polypeptide chains, initiated and stabilized by formation of the α helical coiled-coil and the collagen-like region; regarded as both a collectin and a scavenger receptor; possesses three positive charged clusters in the collagen-like region, which are highly conserved in CL-P1 from various species; does not bind to the majority of Lewis structures that are sialylated|
|Significance in milk||Antimicrobial proteins - exclusively detected in the colostrum fluid phase|
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