Lymphocyte Signal Transduction

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ISBN: 978-0-387-31335-1 (Print) 978-0-387-34132-3 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

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    Pages 1-13

    Protein Kinase C-Theta (PKCθ): New Perspectives on Its Functions in T Cell Biology

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    Pages 15-27

    Travel Informations on the TEC Kinases during Lymphocyte Activation

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    Pages 29-41

    Inducible T Cell Tyrosine Kinase (ITK): Structural Requirements and Actin Polymerization

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    Pages 43-52

    Differential Requirements of PI3K Subunits for BCR or BCR/CD19-Induced ERK Activation

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    Pages 53-72

    Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases in Human Disease

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    Pages 73-87

    The T Cell-Specific Adapter Protein Functions as a Regulator of Peripheral but not Central Immunological Tolerance

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    Pages 89-106

    Proximal Signals Controlling B-Cell Antigen Receptor (BCR) Mediated NF-κB Activation

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    Pages 107-114

    The Adapter 3BP2: How It Plugs into Leukocyte Signaling

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    Pages 115-126

    CTLA-4 Regulation of T Cell Function via RAP-1-Mediated Adhesion

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    Pages 127-136

    Protein Crosstalk in Lipid Rafts

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    Pages 137-155

    Role of Lipid Rafts in Activation-Induced Cell Death : The Fas Pathway in Aging

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    Pages 157-169

    T Cell Response in Aging: Influence of Cellular Cholesterol Modulation

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    Pages 171-188

    Lymphocyte Signaling and the Translatability of mRNA

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    Pages 189-206

    Protein Arginine Methylation: A New Frontier in T Cell Signal Transduction

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    Pages 207-217

    Immune Regulation by Ubiquitin Conjugation

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    Pages 219-228

    CTIB (C-Terminus Protein of IκB-β: A Novel Factor Required for Acidic Adaptation

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    Pages 229-243

    HIV May Deplete Most CD4 Lymphocytes by a Mechanism Involving Signaling through its Receptors on Non-Permissive Resting Lymphocytes

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    Pages 245-276

    Integrating Traditional and Postgenomic Approaches to Investigate Lymphocyte Development and Function

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    Pages 277-288

    Phosphoproteomic Analysis of Lymphocyte Signaling