29 April 2011|

In a study published in the April 29th issue of Science, Professor David Isenman of Biochemistry and Jean van den Elsen of the University of Bath shed light on the complex between complement receptor 2 and its ligand C3d, both of which are constituents of an innate immune system of our body known as complement.

The molecular details of the CR2-C3d interface have been mired in controversy for the past decade. […]