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CD137 ligand interacts with CD32a to trigger reverse CD137 ligand signaling

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This research was supported by a grant (NMRC/BnB/018b/2015) from the National Medical Research Council of Singapore. We thank the LSI core facility, Dr. Paul MacAry for the donation of WT and LALA-mutated antibodies, and the YLLSOM Confocal Microscopy Unit.

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Zeng, Q., Soe, Y.M., Lim, Y. et al. CD137 ligand interacts with CD32a to trigger reverse CD137 ligand signaling. Cell Mol Immunol 17, 1188–1189 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41423-020-0370-6

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