The CD300family of immunoreceptors is composed by six members, CD300a/IRP60, CD300b/IREM3, CD300c/CMRF35, CD300d, CD300e/IREM2 and CD300f/IREM1. All of them share an extracellular region comprising a single Ig-like domain and, with the exception of CD300a, a myeloid linage restricted pattern of expression. In addition to the expression on myeloid cells, CD300a is found in some subsets of T, B and NK cells. The Immunobiology group is focused on the study of the structure and function of the CD300 family of immune receptors, as well as in their involvement in different human pathologies.
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