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    by Larsen, Mads
    Published 2021
    “…The region's storytelling reflects this Lutheran past and is used to negotiate modern adaptations. …”
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    “…A novel interaction between VLA-4 and endothelial Lutheran (Lu) blood group antigens and basal cell adhesion molecule (BCAM) proteins has been recently shown, suggesting that Lu/BCAM may have a role in leukocyte recruitments in inflamed tissues. …”
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    “…Red cells of the dominantly inherited suppressor of the Lutheran antigens In(Lu) phenotypically appear as Lu(a-b-) by the haemagglutination test. …”
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    “…Although the DR shows apparently distinct mode of biliary extension depending on the type of liver injury, the key regulatory mechanism remains poorly understood. Here, we show that Lutheran (Lu)/Basal cell adhesion molecule (BCAM) regulates the morphogenesis of DR depending on liver disease models. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: The Lutheran blood group glycoprotein (Lu), an Ig superfamily (IgSF) transmembrane receptor, is also known as basal cell adhesion molecule (B-CAM). …”
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    “…In the present study, we focus on two further specific laminin receptors, namely integrin α7β1 and basal cell adhesion molecule/Lutheran (BCAM/Lu). Using RT-PCR analyses, immunofluorescence staining, immunoblotting and flow cytometry, we show that both are strongly expressed by human lineage-negative CD34 + HSPC. …”
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    “…No Lu(a+b+) or Lu(a+b-) phenotypes were detected in 115 donors typed for Lutheran antigens. A rare Lu(a-b-) phenotype was found in 2.61% donors. …”
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    “…Red blood cells from the donors were subjected to antigen typing of the major blood group systems (Rh, Kell, Kidd, Duffy, MNS, Lewis, Lutheran, and P) using the gel microtube technique. …”
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    by Praetorius, Michael, 1571-1621
    Published 1994
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    by Praetorius, Michael, 1571-1621
    Published 1994
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    “…The In(Lu) phenotype, characterized by low to undetectable Lutheran blood group expression is caused by mutations within KLF1 gene. …”
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    “…Auto-antibodies were detected in 1.25 % of the study group and 2.5 % of the control, and all reacted with the Kell and Lutheran blood group antigens. The pattern of allo-antibodies found showed; 46.7 % Rhesus, 40 % Kell, while Lutheran and Duffy 13.3 %, each. …”
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    by Subramaniyan, Rajeswari
    Published 2023
    “…INTRODUCTION: Data on the prevalence of clinically significant antigens (Rh, Kell, Kidd, Duffy, MNSs, Lewis, P and Lutheran) among the Indian donor population is sparse. …”
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    by Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856
    Published 1993
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    “…Several investigations of blood groups from Iran, particularly a large sampling on 291857 individuals from Iran, including the main blood groups ABO and Rh, as well as minor blood groups such as Duffy, Lutheran, Kell, KP, Kidd, and Xg, have been reviewed.…”
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