Signal transduction and white cell maturation via extracellular ATP and the P2Y11 receptor.

Abstract

Extracellular ATP promotes a wide range of physiological effects in many tissues. Of particular interest is the effect of ATP on leukaemia-derived HL-60 and NB4 cell lines, which are induced to mature to neutrophil-like cells. The differentiation process appears to be mediated by ATP binding to a cell-surface purinergic P2Y receptor, resulting in the… (More)

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