Mitogen-stimulated phosphorylation of nuclear proteins in Swiss 3T3 cells: evidence for a protein kinase C requirement.


When Swiss 3T3 fibroblasts are treated with a combination of IGF-I2 and bombesin at mitogenic concentrations, in vivo phosphorylation of some nuclear proteins occurs within 45-90 min. Among these proteins, histone H1 and a 0.75 M PCA soluble polypeptide with an apparent Mr of 21,000, as revealed by electrophoretic analysis, are phosphorylated in vitro by… (More)