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Eur J Biochem. 1995 Feb 15;228(1):1-15.

T-cell antigen receptor-induced signal-transduction pathways--activation and function of protein kinases C in T lymphocytes.

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Institute of Molecular Pharmacology, Medical School Hannover, Germany.



T-cell activation--Structure of the T-cell antigen receptor--Modular organisation of the T-cell antigen receptor--T-cell antigen receptor-coupled signaling pathways: Activation of protein-tyrosine kinase by the T-cell antigen receptor; Signal transduction in lymphoid cells involves several protein-tyrosine kinases in parallel; Regulation of T-cell antigen receptor signaling by the phosphoprotein phosphatase CD45--Consequences of T-cell antigen receptor-induced tyrosine phosphorylation: Activation of phosphoinositol-lipid-turnover pathways--Activation of phospholipase C-gamma-1: p59fyn or p56lck?--G-protein motif of CD3-gamma: relevance for signal transduction--Association of lipid kinase with the T-cell antigen receptor--Intracellular signaling by phospholipid metabolites and calcium: activation of protein kinase C--Protein kinase C isoenzymes--Heterogenity of protein kinase C and mode of activation--Phospholipid-derived mediators in activation of protein kinase C in T-cells--Role of phospholipase D metabolites in activation of protein kinase C--Polyunsaturated fatty acids and lysophosphatidylcholine as activators of protein kinase C--Potein kinase C and p21ras function in interdependent and distinct signaling pathways during T-cell activation--Raf-1 kinase: regulator or target of protein kinase C?--Summary and perspectives.

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