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Term:
MHC class II receptor activity (GO:0032395)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acetylcholine receptor activity +   
apolipoprotein A-I receptor activity  
axon guidance receptor activity  
collagen receptor activity +   
complement receptor activity +   
cytokine receptor activity +   
cytokinin receptor activity +  
death receptor activity +   
G protein-coupled receptor activity +   
GABA receptor activity +   
glutamate receptor activity +   
hedgehog receptor activity  
ICAM-3 receptor activity  
immunoglobulin receptor activity +   
innate immune receptor activity 
latrotoxin receptor activity  
MHC class I receptor activity +   
MHC class Ib receptor activity +   
MHC class II receptor activity  
Combining with an MHC class II protein complex and transmitting the signal from one side of the membrane to the other to initiate a change in cell activity.
netrin receptor activity +   
neuregulin receptor activity  
neurotensin receptor activity, non-G protein-coupled  
non-tyrosine kinase fibroblast growth factor receptor activity  
nucleotide receptor activity +   
olfactory receptor activity +   
opsonin receptor activity +   
osmosensor activity +   
reelin receptor activity  
semaphorin receptor activity  
serotonin receptor activity +   
sulfonylurea receptor activity  
taste receptor activity +   
tiggrin receptor activity 
transmembrane receptor protein kinase activity +   
transmembrane receptor protein phosphatase activity +   
Wnt-activated receptor activity  

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: T cell receptor activity ;   alpha-beta T cell receptor activity ;   gamma-delta T cell receptor activity
Definition Sources: GOC:add, GOC:signaling, ISBN:0781735149

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