Figure 2. β2 integrins and interacting proteins in the immune system.

Figure 2

β2 integrins and interacting proteins in the immune system. Integrins are involved in cell-cell interactions (A), cell-endothelium interactions (B) and cell-pathogen interactions (C). Interacting proteins are involved in activating integrins, signal transduction and cytoskeletal rearrangement.

From: Roles for Integrins and Associated Proteins in the Haematopoietic System

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