Rapid and Phosphoinositol-Dependent Binding of the SWI/SNF-like BAF Complex to Chromatin after T Lymphocyte Receptor Signaling

@article{Zhao1998RapidAP,
  title={Rapid and Phosphoinositol-Dependent Binding of the SWI/SNF-like BAF Complex to Chromatin after T Lymphocyte Receptor Signaling},
  author={K. Zhao and Weidong Wang and O. Rando and Y. Xue and K. Swiderek and A. Kuo and G. Crabtree},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={95},
  pages={625-636}
}
Lymphocyte activation is accompanied by visible changes in chromatin structure. We find that antigen receptor signaling induces the rapid association of the BAF complex with chromatin. PIP2, which is regulated by activation stimuli, is sufficient in vitro to target the BAF complex to chromatin, but it has no effect on related chromatin remodeling complexes containing SNF2L or hISWI. Purification and peptide sequencing of the subunits of the complex revealed beta-actin as well as a novel actin… Expand
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