Non‐catalytic tyrosine‐phosphorylated receptors

@article{Dushek2012NoncatalyticTR,
  title={Non‐catalytic tyrosine‐phosphorylated receptors},
  author={Omer Dushek and Jesse Goyette and P. Anton van der Merwe},
  journal={Immunological Reviews},
  year={2012},
  volume={250},
  pages={258 - 276}
}
Leukocytes play a critical role in recognizing and responding to infection and cancer. Central to this function is an array of cell‐surface receptors that lack sequence homology. Many of these receptors have in common the fact that their signaling involves phosphorylation of cytoplasmic domains by extrinsic tyrosine kinases. These non‐catalytic tyrosine‐phosphorylated receptors (NTRs) share a number of other features, including small size and optimal stimulation by surface–associated ligands… 
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