Enteric commensal bacteria induce extracellular signal-regulated kinase pathway signaling via formyl peptide receptor-dependent redox modulation of dual specific phosphatase 3.

@article{Wentworth2011EntericCB,
  title={Enteric commensal bacteria induce extracellular signal-regulated kinase pathway signaling via formyl peptide receptor-dependent redox modulation of dual specific phosphatase 3.},
  author={Christy C. Wentworth and Ashfaqul Alam and Rheinallt M. Jones and Asma Nusrat and Andrew S. Neish},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={286 44},
  pages={38448-55}
}
The normal microbial occupants of the mammalian intestine are crucial for maintaining gut homeostasis, yet the mechanisms by which intestinal cells perceive and respond to the microbiota are largely unknown. Intestinal epithelial contact with commensal bacteria and/or their products has been shown to activate noninflammatory signaling pathways, such as extracellular signal-related kinase (ERK), thus influencing homeostatic processes. We previously demonstrated that commensal bacteria stimulate… CONTINUE READING

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