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Osteopontin (OPN) regulates the defense response in multiple amounts. adhesion and migration, regulating the differentiation of proinflammatory lymphocytes, and inhibiting the apoptosis of inflammatory cells. It had been initially referred to as a bone-specific sialoprotein [1] and like a molecule indicated in triggered T cells, as a result being named the first T cell triggered

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