P-Selectin

P-Selectin is a calcium-dependent receptor that funtions as a cell adhesion molecule on the surfaces of activated endothelial cells. It binds to carbohydrates on neutrophils and monocytes. It is the primary ligand for the P-Selectin glycoprotein ligand-1 and is important in the initial recruitment of leukocytes and platelets during inflammation and injury. P-Selectin has been implicated in the metastasis of cancer by aiding the invasion of cancer cells into the blood.

Swiss-Prot Accession Number: P16109


Myriad RBM Publications Publications
TGFb receptor inhibitor galunisertib is linked to inflammation- and remodeling-related proteins in patients with pancreatic cancer (2019) Melisi D, Garcia-Carbonero R, Macarulla T, Pezet D, Deplangue G, Fuchs M, Trojan J, Kozloff M, Simionato F, Cleverly A, Smith C, Wang S, Man M, Driscoll KE, Estrem ST, Lahn MMF, Benhadji KA, Tabernero J Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology
PF-04447943, a Phosphodiesterase 9A Inhibitor, in Stable Sickle Cell Disease Patients: A Phase Ib Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study (2018) Charnigo RJ, Beidler D, Rybin D, Pittman DD, Tan B, Howard J, Michelson AD, Frelinger AL II, Clark N Clinical and Translational Science
A Small Molecule Inhibitor of ITK and RLK Impairs Th1 Differentiation and Prevents Colitis Disease Progression (2015) Cho HS, Shin HM, Haberstock-Debic H, Xing Y, Owens TD, Funk JO, Hill RJ, Bradshaw JM, Berg LJ J Immunol.