Dynamics of Membrane Lipids during Lymphocyte Stimulation by Mitogens
The biochemical events which occur in activated lymphocytes have attracted a great number of studies. Since the activation of lymphocytes can be initiated not only by binding of specific antigens but also, more effectively, by mitogens (polyclonal ligands), this system is a preferred model of cell activation and control of differentiation.
KeywordsArachidonic Acid Unsaturated Fatty Acid Sodium Cholate Phospholipid Metabolism Acceptor Substrate
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