DOK4 and DOK5: new dok-related genes expressed in human T cells

  title={DOK4 and DOK5: new dok-related genes expressed in human T cells},
  author={C. Favre and A. G{\'e}rard and E. Clauzier and P. Pontarotti and D. Olive and J A Nun{\`e}s},
  journal={Genes and Immunity},
  • C. Favre, A. Gérard, +3 authors J A Nunès
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Genes and Immunity
  • Dok proteins are adapter proteins involved in signal transduction. Several intracellular proteins expressed in lymphocytes meet the criteria of membrane-associated adapter proteins such as members of the Dok family. To understand the role and the formation of multiprotein networks involving Dok proteins in T lymphocytes, we search for potential additional members of this family. Here, we describe the two new human dok-related genes DOK4 and DOK5 and present data showing the expression of DOK4… CONTINUE READING

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