Parallel regulation of PKC-alpha and PKC-delta characterizes the occurrence of erythroid differentiation from human primary hematopoietic progenitors.

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OBJECTIVE Erythroid differentiation is a process characterized by modulation of different proteins including phosphoinositide-related enzymes such as protein kinase C (PKC) isoforms. Because in different cell lines PKC-alpha and PKC-delta have been reported to be involved in the mechanisms controlling proliferation and differentiation, the aim of this study… (More)

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@article{Lanuti2006ParallelRO, title={Parallel regulation of PKC-alpha and PKC-delta characterizes the occurrence of erythroid differentiation from human primary hematopoietic progenitors.}, author={Paola Lanuti and Valeria Bertagnolo and Anna Rita Gaspari and Fausta Ciccocioppo and Laura Pierdomenico and Adriana Bascelli and Giuseppe Sabatino and Sebastian{\'o} Miscia and Marco Marchisio}, journal={Experimental hematology}, year={2006}, volume={34 12}, pages={1624-34} }