Inhibitory FcγRIIb (CD32b) becomes activated by therapeutic mAb in both cis and trans and drives internalization according to antibody specificity

Andrew T. Vaughan, Chisako Iriyama, Stephen A. Beers, Claude H.T. Chan, Sean H. Lim, Emily L. Williams, Vallari Shah, Ali Roghanian, Bjorn Frendéus, Martin J. Glennie, Mark S. Cragg

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