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“The two faces of CD300f immune receptor”

CD300f is a receptor that is expressed primarily on the surface of immune cells of the myeloid lineage. Although initially it was characterized as a receptor with inhibitory capacity, it has been shown that it has a dual nature, and that it can also act as an activating receptor. The aim of this talk is to show new data on molecular aspects of this receptor, including the characterization of its physiological ligands. Finally, we will talk about the possible role of this receptor in various pathologies, including cancer and multiple scleros