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MULLER-EBERHARD toxin C3a has the same NH,- and COOH-terminal amino acid residues and the same biological activities regardless of whether it arose through the classical (31) or the alternative pathway (102, 103). It is anticipated that classical and alternative pathway C5a will be chemically and biologically identical. Chemotactic activity due to C5a and the C5b,6,7 complex can be generated by activators of the classical and the alternative pathways (228, 256-258) and can be produced in CCdeficient guinea pig and human C2-deficient sera (36, 73, 217) by CVF (227) and by activators of the properdin system (36, 217).

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