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The mRNAs coding for three complement inhibitors produced by human cells, complement cytolysis inhibitor (CLI), decay-accelerating factor (DAF), and CD59, are characteristically distributed among normal tissues. High levels of CLI mRNA are expressed in tissues that express low levels of DAF mRNA and vice versa. Therefore, the expression of these mRNAs shows a mutually exclusive relationship, with the possible exception of the lung, where all these mRNAs are expressed. In contrast, CD59 mRNA ispmid:7678074 fatcat:anw3zg3pung3thqla2sg36ytiy