Cyclic GMP and Cyclic AMP in Lymphocyte Metabolism and Proliferation
What role does cyclic AMP play in mediating hormonal influences to modify lymphocyte proliferation and function?
Do mitogens initiate proliferation by using a second-messenger system like cyclic AMP?
KeywordsMigration Inhibitory Factor Cyclic Nucleotide Adrenergic Stimulation Beta Adrenergic Stimulation Bovine Gamma Globulin
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