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Cytokine Activation of Transcription

  • Kerri A. Mowen
  • Michael David
Part of the Genetic Engineering book series (GEPM, volume 23)

Conclusions

In this review we have attempted to outline the events leading to cytokine-mediated gene transcription by using that Jak/STAT and theNF-kB pathways as two examples. It is important to remember that cytokine activation of gene transcription is not the result of a single, linear signaling cascade, but involves a complex network of interacting signal-transduction pathways. Integration of numerous, often contradicting instructions received by the cell through a variety of cytokine and growth factor receptors determines the qualitative and quantitative transcriptional response.

Keywords

Nuclear Localization Signal Death Domain Stat Protein Cytokine Activation Tumor Necrosis Factor Signal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kerri A. Mowen
    • 1
  • Michael David
    • 1
  1. 1.Division of BiologyMolecular Biology Section University of CaliforniaSan Diego La Jolla

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