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Megaplasmids are extrachromosomal genetic parts within the measurement variety of a hundred kb and bigger. they're present in physiologically and phylogenetically varied teams of micro organism and archaea. by means of definition, megaplasmids aren't crucial for the viability in their hosts lower than all development stipulations, yet sarcastically many megaplasmids hold the genetic info for the defining and attribute characteristics of the organism during which they live.
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Similar results were obtained by Graff et al. ( 9 3 ) who showed that C3, C5, C6, and C7 are required for zymosan- or restocetin-induced aggregation and release reactions of human platelets. The two terminal components were not needed for these noiicytolytic events. Solid evidence for a role of the alternative pathway in disease in the absence of classic pathway activation is difficult to obtain except in cases with genetic deficiencies of one of the early acting components. This difficrrlty may be explained by the fact that C3b generated through the classical pathway or through other tiyptic proteinases can activate and bind PA and that the resulting C3b,I3 complex if deposited onto a surface can activate and bind properdin ( 151,152).
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