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Sell

To relinquish ownership of some asset in exchange for some monetary compensation. Selling may take any of several forms. In a cash sale, the seller receives cash or a cash equivalent immediately in exchange for the asset. In a credit sale, the seller surrenders ownership immediately in exchange for future payment, often with interest. An example of a sale is a simple transaction involving widgets. If the seller is willing to accept $2 per widget and the buyer wishes to purchase 100 widgets, then the seller gives to the buyer 100 widgets and in their place receives $200. See also: Buy.

sell

To dispose of an asset. Compare buy.

sell

see SELLING.
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The rolling frequency is largely determined by P-selectin, with E-selectin playing a smaller role, and L-selectin is not involved.
Identification of new proteins binding to L-selectin tail and understanding the mechanisms controlling this interaction is essential for the design of new therapeutic strategies for the treatment of inflammatory and auto-immune diseases.
Sulfation-dependent recognition of high endothelial venules (HEV)-ligands by L-selectin and MECA 79, and adhesion-blocking monoclonal antibody.
We used this system to examine whether AFA-W would compete with fucoidan for binding to L-selectin on the leukocyte cell surface and to assess whether it would block the externalization of CXCK4 triggered by fucoidan.
Fisher and her colleagues also showed that an antibody to L-selectin inhibited lab-grown trophoblasts from binding to uterine tissue harvested during the window of receptivity.
L-Selectin has been defined as a neutrophil-rolling and lymphocyte-homing receptor (14,15).
The purpose of the present study was to establish age-and sex-specific reference intervals for serum concentrations of soluble ICAM-1 and E-, P-, and L-selectin in healthy children (4-17 years) and adults (18-55 years).
The aptamer binding to L-selectin on cells showed a 20-fold affinity improvement upon dimerization.