Zymosan-induced tyrosine phosphorylations in human monocytes. Role of protein kinase C.

@article{Sanguedolce1993ZymosaninducedTP,
  title={Zymosan-induced tyrosine phosphorylations in human monocytes. Role of protein kinase C.},
  author={M V Sanguedolce and Christian Capo and Mohamad Bouhamdan and Pierre Bongrand and Christopher K Huang and J. L. Mege},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={1993},
  volume={151 1},
  pages={405-14}
}
Protein tyrosine phosphorylations are involved in the proliferation and secretory responses of immune cells, but their role in phagocytes is poorly understood. The ability of unopsonized zymosan to induce protein tyrosine phosphorylations was investigated in human monocytes. The addition of zymosan to monocytes resulted in an increase in tyrosine phosphorylation of several endogenous proteins including 28-, 33-, 38-, 42-, 47-, 55- to 60-, 62-, 68-, 90-, 105-, 116-, and 120-kDa proteins; 55- to… CONTINUE READING

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