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Utility of neutrophil CD64 in Distinguishing Bacterial Infection from Disease Flare in Severe AH

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The complexity of the clinical presentation of both infections and inflammation creates the need of biomarker that can reliably differentiate.PMNs can express 3 classes of Ig G receptors. These receptors are recognized by the monoclonal antibodies CD64 (FcgRI), CD32 (FcgRII), and CD16 (FcgRIII), respectively.CD64 is constitutively expressed on macrophages, monocytes, and eosinophils.Neutrophil CD64 expression is a physiological response to microbial wall components, complement split products, an...
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