Suppression of v-fms-induced transformation by overexpression of a truncated T-cell protein tyrosine phosphatase.

Rat 2 cells stably transformed by murine v-fms (pB5 cells) were infected with retroviruses containing a human cDNA encoding either a full-length human T-cell protein tyrosine phosphatase (TC.PTP) or a truncated form (delta C11.PTP) in which an 11-kDa carboxy-terminal extension had been removed. This segment is responsible for enzyme localization and… CONTINUE READING