C1Q

AcronymDefinition
C1QComplement Component 1, Q Subcomponent (biochemistry)
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Prediction of the deduced protein structure showed that adiponectin harbors a 137-aa C1Q domain; although the receptors both contain a 220-aa seven-transmembrane domain, these receptors are not identical (Figure 1).
It has also been reported that oligomeric/fibrillar A[beta] and hyperphosphorylated tau (pTau) activate the complement pathway by binding to C1q [8-13].
Whether antibodies against dsDNA and C1q are merely epiphenomena or if they are truly involved in the pathogenesis of SLE has been discussed.
After his recovery, he underwent detailed immunological investigations that revealed markedly reduced C4 level and absent C1 inhibitor function (performed manually, read on Shimadzu UV-1700 equipment) with normal C3 and C1q levels and raised C1 inhibitor serum levels (Table 1).
Staining for IgA, IgM, IgG, fibrinogen, C3c, and C1q was negative.
C1q is the first component of the classical complement pathway, playing an important role in the clearance of immune complexes from tissues and apoptotic cell debris [19-21].
Immunofluorescence showed mostly mesangial and rare capillary wall weak granular positivity for IgG (1+), IgM (1+), IgA (1+), C1q (1+), and C3 (2+), with equal kappa (1+) and lambda (1+) (Figure 2).
Thus, neurons secrete C1q that binds A[beta] and activates C1q receptor (C1qR) on microglia promoting phagocytosis of A[beta].
gondii, the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) GluN2 subunit, and the first subcomponent of the C1 complex (C1q).
NET burden can serve as a nidus for dsDNAab, ANA, C1q, and additional MPO-ANCA production to induce a deleterious positive feedback cycle.
Ryu et al., "C1q tumor necrosis factor a-related protein isoform 5 is increased in mitochondrial DNA-depleted myocytes and activates AMP-activated protein kinase," Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.