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- n. An intracellular proteoglycan found in the storage granules of connective tissue mast cells
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The present data thus support a prominent role for serglycin proteoglycan in host defense and also introduce the possibility to utilize serglycin as a biomarker for infection.
One of the genes that showed the highest extent of upregulation was the gene coding for the core protein of serglycin proteoglycan (SRGN), as shown both by Affymetrix gene chip analysis
SRGN, i.e. the gene coding for the core protein of serglycin proteoglycan, was one of the genes showing the largest extent of upregulation in diseased uteri.