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Small molecule inhibitors still diffuse through the cage to reach their binding sites on Clr, to prevent activation (3). Ziccardi (60) found C 1-inhibitor more effective in preventing activation by immunecomplexes at 20°C than at 37°C. Assuming that the binding sites are located on the outsides of the Clq heads (that is, facing away from the axis) as proposed by Kilchherr et al (22), we suggest the C1, with inhibitor still attached, initially binds with its axis parallel to the surface of the immunecomplex.
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