Protein Kinases in Blood Cell Function
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Protein Kinases in Blood Cell Function provides an up-to-date, comprehensive review of protein kinases in various types of blood cell function. Blood cells discussed include T lymphocytes, B lymphocytes, platelets, mast cells, neutrophils, and macrophages.
The book will interest pathologists, physiologists, oncologists, hematologists, leukocyte biologists, and immunologists. It will also benefit anyone interested in signal transduction and blood cell functions such as host defense, hemostasis, and immune response.
Table of Contents
Protein Kinases in B Cell Activation (M.A. Valentine, C. Leprince, E. Genot, K.E. Meier, and E.A. Clark). The Role of Protein Kinases in T Lymphocyte Activation (J.E. Casnellie). Role of Protein Kinases in Macrophage Functions (J.-L. Mege). The Role of Protein Kinases in Mast Cell and Basophil Function (J.R. White). Protein Kinases in Neutrophil Chemotactic Activation (C.-K. Huang and R.I. Sha'afi). The Regulation of Platelet Function by Protein Kinases (M. Halbrügge and U. Walter).