Developing NKT cells need their calcium
Godfrey, Dale I., Stankovic, Sanda, and Baxter, Alan G. (2009) Developing NKT cells need their calcium. Nature Immunology, 10 . pp. 231-233.
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Although the development of natural killer T cells is a T cell antigen receptor–dependent process, the signaling pathways involved are poorly defined. New data demonstrate that the calcineurin–transcription factor NFAT pathway exerts a critical influence on this process by controlling the transcription factor Egr2.
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