Signaling pathways underlying eosinophil cell motility revealed by using caged peptides.

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Insights into structure-function relations of many proteins opens the possibility of engineering peptides to selectively interfere with a protein's activity. To facilitate the use of peptides as probes of cellular processes, we have developed caged peptides whose influence on specific proteins can be suddenly and uniformly changed by near-UV light. Two… (More)

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@article{Walker1998SignalingPU, title={Signaling pathways underlying eosinophil cell motility revealed by using caged peptides.}, author={J. W. Walker and Sandra Gilbert and Robert M. Drummond and M. Yamada and Rahul Sreekumar and Robert. Carraway and Mika Ikebe and Fabi{\'a}n Fay}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1998}, volume={95 4}, pages={1568-73} }