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Signaling Response to Transient Redox Stress in Human Isolated T Cells: Molecular Sensor Role of Syk Kinase and Functional Involvement of IL2 Receptor and L-Selectine

Sensors

Jan 18, 2020

Christian SecchiAntonella Pantaleo

Abstract

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are central effectors of inflammation and play a key role in cell signaling. Previous reports have described an association between oxidative events and the modulation of innate immunity. However, the role of redox signaling in adaptive immunity is still no...read more

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Phosphorylation
Protein Expression
Signal Transduction
Sulfhydryl Compounds
P-Selectin
Syk kinase
Cellular Response to Stimulus
Cytokine
Inflammation
Oxides
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Signaling Response to Transient Redox Stress in Human Isolated T Cells: Molecular Sensor Role of Syk Kinase and Functional Involvement of IL2 Receptor and L-Selectine

Sensors

Jan 18, 2020

Christian SecchiAntonella Pantaleo

PMID: 31947584

DOI: 10.3390/s20020466

Abstract

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are central effectors of inflammation and play a key role in cell signaling. Previous reports have described an association between oxidative events and the modulation of innate immunity. However, the role of redox signaling in adaptive immunity is still no...read more

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Phosphorylation
Protein Expression
Signal Transduction
Sulfhydryl Compounds
P-Selectin
Syk kinase
Cellular Response to Stimulus
Cytokine
Inflammation
Oxides

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