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Transformation-associated cytokine 9E3/CEF4 is chemotactic for chicken peripheral blood mononuclear cells
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The in vivo role of 9E3/CEF4 may be involved with chemotaxis and metastasis, rather than with direct stimulation of mitogenicity, and may be the avian homolog of interleukin-8.
Modulation of arachidonic acid metabolism by Rous sarcoma virus
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3H-labeled C20:4 release was not correlated with p36 phosphorylation, which argues against a role for this protein as a phospholipase A2 inhibitor, and utilization of this signaling pathway is specific for particular transformation stimuli.
Nonadherent cultures of human monocytes kill Mycobacterium smegmatis, but adherent cultures do not
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Nonadherent human peripheral blood monocytes may be a more appropriate model than adherent cells for the study of factors employed by bacterial to survive within monocytes and for selection screening of bacterial genes needed for intracellular survival.
Expression of 9E3 mRNA is associated with mitogenicity, phosphorylation, and morphological alteration in chicken embryo fibroblasts.
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Transformation of chicken embryo fibroblasts with viruses encoding src, ros, yes, and fps as well as ras, mos, middle T, erbA and erbB, myc, and crk stimulated 9E3 mRNA expression, which suggests that the rapid induction of 9E2 mRNA expression in CEF by the src protein occurs downstream of morphological or phosphorylation events.
Expression of 9E3 mRNA is associated with mitogenicity, phosphorylation, and morphological alteration in chicken embryo fibroblasts
TLDR
Transformation of chicken embryo fibroblasts with viruses encoding src, ros, yes, and fps as well as ras, mos, middle T, erbA and erbB, myc, and crk stimulated 9E3 mRNA expression, which suggests that the rapid induction of 9E2 mRNA expression in CEF by the src protein occurs downstream of morphological or phosphorylation events.
Student Abstracts based on Summer Research 2001
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Progress was made on two projects investigating the interaction of actin and elongation factors and actin’s involvement with eRF3, but further work needs to be done.
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