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    1. Asselin-Paturel, C; Boonstra, A; Dalod, M; Durand, I; Yessaad, N; Dezutter-Dambuyant, C; Vicari, A; O'Garra, A; Biron, C; Briere, F; Trinchieri, G
      Mouse type IIFN-producing cells are immature APCs with plasmacytoid morphology

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Jamaluddin, M; Wang, SF; Garofalo, RP; Elliott, T; Casola, A; Baron, S; Brasier, AR
      IFN-beta mediates coordinate expression of antigen-processing genes in RSV-infected pulmonary epithelial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Oritani, K; Kincade, PW; Tomiyama, Y
      Limitin: an interferon-like cytokine without myeloerythroid suppressive properties

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE-JMM
    4. Johnson, AJ; Upshaw, J; Pavelko, KD; Rodriguez, M; Pease, LR
      Preservation of motor function by inhibition of CD8+virus peptide-specificT cells in Theiler's virus infection

      FASEB JOURNAL
    5. Luo, H; Dearolf, CR
      The JAK/STAT pathway and Drosophila development

      BIOESSAYS
    6. Hsu, HC; Shi, J; Yang, P; Xu, X; Dodd, C; Matsuki, Y; Zhang, HG; Mountz, JD
      Activated CD8(+) T cells from aged mice exhibit decreased activation-induced cell death

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    7. Takane, H; Ohdo, S; Yamada, T; Koyanagi, S; Yukawa, E; Higuchi, S
      Relationship between diurnal rhythm of cell cycle and interferon receptor expression in implanted-tumor cells

      LIFE SCIENCES
    8. Mattei, F; Schiavoni, G; Belardelli, F; Tough, DF
      IL-15 is expressed by dendritic cells in response to type IIFN, double-stranded RNA, or lipopolysaccharide and promotes dendritic cell activation

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Ohgimoto, S; Ohgimoto, K; Niewiesk, S; Klagge, IM; Pfeuffer, J; Johnston, ICD; Schneider-Schaulies, J; Weidmann, A; ter Meulen, V; Schneider-Schaulies, S
      The haemagglutinin protein is an important determinant of measles virus tropism for dendritic cells in vitro

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    10. Ragimbeau, J; Dondi, E; Vasserot, A; Romero, P; Uze, G; Pellegrini, S
      The receptor interaction region of Tyk2 contains a motif required for its nuclear localization

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Sato, K; Hida, S; Takayanagi, H; Yokochi, T; Kayagaki, N; Takeda, K; Yagita, H; Okumura, K; Tanaka, N; Taniguchi, T; Ogasawara, K
      Antiviral response by natural killer cells through TRAIL gene induction byIFN-alpha/beta

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Luker, KE; Pica, CM; Schreiber, RD; Piwnica-Worms, D
      Overexpression of IRF9 confers resistance to antimicrotubule agents in breast cancer cells

      CANCER RESEARCH
    13. Ortmann, RA; Cheng, T; Visconti, R; Frucht, DM; O'Shea, JJ
      Janus kinases and signal transducers and activators of transcription: their roles in cytokine signaling, development and immunoregulation

      ARTHRITIS RESEARCH
    14. Rane, SG; Reddy, EP
      Janus kinases: components of multiple signaling pathways

      ONCOGENE
    15. Saharinen, P; Takaluoma, K; Silvennoinen, O
      Regulation of the Jak2 tyrosine kinase by its pseudokinase domain

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Tafalla, C; Novoa, B
      Requirements for nitric oxide production by turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) head kidney macrophages

      DEVELOPMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE IMMUNOLOGY
    17. Plett, PA; Gardner, EM; Murasko, DM
      Age-related changes in interferon-alpha/beta receptor expression, binding,and induction of apoptosis in natural killer cells from C57BL/6 mice

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    18. Rodriguez, M; Roos, RP; McGavern, D; Zoecklein, L; Pavelko, K; Sang, HR; Lin, XQ
      The CD4-mediated immune response is critical in determining the outcome ofinfection using Theiler's viruses with VP1 capsid protein point mutations

      VIROLOGY
    19. Kadowaki, N; Antonenko, S; Lau, JYN; Liu, YJ
      Natural interferon alpha/beta-producing cells link innate and adaptive immunity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    20. Blom, B; Ho, S; Antonenko, S; Liu, YJ
      Generation of interferon alpha-producing predendritic cell (Pre-DC)2 from human CD34(+) hematopoietic stem cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    21. Kampa, D; Burnside, J
      Computational and functional analysis of the putative SH2 domain in Janus Kinases

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    22. Yeh, TC; Pellegrini, S
      The Janus kinase family of protein tyrosine kinases and their role in signaling

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    23. Fleck, M; Mountz, JD; Hsu, HC; Wu, JG; Edwards, CK; Kern, ER
      Herpes simplex virus type 2 infection induced apoptosis in peritoneal macrophages independent of Fas and tumor necrosis factor-receptor signaling

      VIRAL IMMUNOLOGY
    24. Vignais, ML; Gilman, M
      Distinct mechanisms of activation of Stat1 and Stat3 by platelet-derived growth factor receptor in a cell-free system

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Yatsuhashi, H; Fujino, T; Matsumoto, T; Inoue, O; Koga, M; Yano, M
      Immunohistochemical analysis of hepatic interferon alpha-beta receptor level: relationship between receptor expression and response to interferon therapy in patients with chronic hepatitis C

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    26. Xiao, WH; Wang, L; Kalvakolanu, DV
      Regulation of interferon-alpha/beta-stimulated gene expression through thegamma-activated transcriptional element

      ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH
    27. Aringer, M; Cheng, A; Nelson, JW; Chen, M; Sudarshan, C; Zhou, YJ; O'Shea, JJ
      Janus kinases and their role in growth and disease

      LIFE SCIENCES
    28. Khodadoust, MM; Khan, KD; Bothwell, ALM
      Complex regulation of Ly-6E gene transcription in T cells by IFNs

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    29. Cousens, LP; Peterson, R; Hsu, S; Dorner, A; Altman, JD; Ahmed, R; Biron, CA
      Two roads diverged: Interferon alpha/beta- and interleukin 12-mediated pathways in promoting T cell interferon gamma responses during viral infection

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    30. Meisse, D; Dusanter-Fourt, I; Husson, A; Lavoinne, A
      Cell swelling activates STAT1 and STAT3 proteins in cultured rat hepatocytes

      FEBS LETTERS
    31. Schindler, C
      Cytokines and JAK-STAT signaling

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    32. Oates, AC; Brownlie, A; Pratt, SJ; Irvine, DV; Liao, EC; Paw, BH; Dorian, KJ; Johnson, SL; Postlethwait, JH; Zon, LI; Wilks, AF
      Gene duplication of zebrafish JAK2 homologs is accompanied by divergent embryonic expression patterns: Only jak2a is expressed during erythropoiesis

      BLOOD
    33. Wojcik, J; Girault, JA; Labesse, G; Chomilier, J; Mornon, JP; Callebaut, I
      Sequence analysis identifies a Ras-associating (RA)-like domain in the N-termini of band 4.1/JEF domains and in the Grb7/10/14 adapter family

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    34. Walker, DG
      Expression and regulation of complement C1q by human THP-1-derived macrophages

      MOLECULAR AND CHEMICAL NEUROPATHOLOGY
    35. Smith, GL; Symons, JA; Alcami, A
      Poxviruses: Interfering with interferon

      SEMINARS IN VIROLOGY
    36. YAN C; GHAFFARI M; WHITSETT JA; ZENG X; SEVER Z; LIN S
      RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR ACTIVATION OF SP-B GENE-TRANSCRIPTION IN RESPIRATORY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    37. TAGUCHI I; HARA I; GOHJI K; ARAKAWA S; KAMIDONO S
      SYNERGISTIC ANTITUMOR EFFECT OF 13-CRA AND IFN-ALPHA BETA IN MOUSE, RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA/

      International journal of oncology
    38. Pica, F; Fraschetti, M; Matteucci, C; Tuthill, C; Rasi, G
      High doses of thymosin alpha 1 enhance the anti-tumor efficacy of combination chemo-immunotherapy for murine B16 melanoma

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    39. PARGANAS E; WANG D; STRAVOPODIS D; TOPHAM DJ; MARINE JC; TEGLUND S; VANIN EF; BODNER S; COLAMONICI OR; VANDEURSEN JM; GROSVELD G; IHLE JN
      JAK2 IS ESSENTIAL FOR SIGNALING THROUGH A VARIETY OF CYTOKINE RECEPTORS

      Cell
    40. STEWART VC; LAND JM; CLARK JB; HEALES SJR
      PRETREATMENT OF ASTROCYTES WITH INTERFERON-ALPHA BETA PREVENTS NEURONAL MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATORY-CHAIN DAMAGE/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. BAUER JH; LIU KD; YOU Y; LAI SY; GOLDSMITH MA
      HETEROMERIZATION OF THE GAMMA(C) CHAIN WITH THE INTERLEUKIN-9 RECEPTOR-ALPHA SUBUNIT LEADS TO STAT ACTIVATION AND PREVENTION OF APOPTOSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. Belardelli, F; Ferrantini, M; Santini, SM; Baccarini, S; Proietti, E; Colombo, MP; Sprent, J; Tough, DF
      The induction of in vivo proliferation of long-lived CD44(hi) CD8(+) T cells after the injection of tumor cells expressing IFN-alpha(1) into syngeneic mice

      CANCER RESEARCH
    43. DALAL I; ARPAIA E; DADI H; KULKARNI S; SQUIRE J; ROIFMAN CM
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN HOMOLOG OF MOUSE JAK2

      Blood
    44. GREEN MM; LARKIN J; SUBRAMANIAM PS; SZENTE BE; JOHNSON HM
      HUMAN IFN-GAMMA RECEPTOR CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN - EXPRESSION AND INTERACTION WITH HUIFN-GAMMA

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    45. LIU KD; GAFFEN SL; GOLDSMITH MA; GREENE WC
      JANUS KINASES IN INTERLEUKIN-2-MEDIATED SIGNALING - JAK1 AND JAK3 AREDIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED BY TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION

      Current biology
    46. SILVENNOINEN O; SAHARINEN P; PAUKKU K; TAKALUOMA K; KOVANEN P
      CYTOKINE RECEPTOR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION THROUGH JAK TYROSINE KINASES AND STAT TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      APMIS. Acta pathologica, microbiologica et immunologica Scandinavica
    47. SCHAEFER TS; SANDERS LK; PARK OK; NATHANS D
      FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STAT3-ALPHA AND STAT3-BETA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    48. CHIN YE; KITAGAWA M; KUIDA K; FLAVELL RA; FU XY
      ACTIVATION OF THE STAT SIGNALING PATHWAY CAN CAUSE EXPRESSION OF CASPASE-1 AND APOPTOSIS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    49. LUO H; ROSE P; BARBER D; HANRATTY WP; LEE S; ROBERTS TM; DANDREA AD; DEAROLF CR
      MUTATION IN THE JAK KINASE JH2 DOMAIN HYPERACTIVATES DROSOPHILA AND MAMMALIAN JAK-STAT PATHWAYS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    50. SPRENT J; TOUGH DF; SUN SQ
      FACTORS CONTROLLING THE TURNOVER OF T-MEMORY-CELL

      Immunological reviews
    51. HAQUE SJ; WU Q; KAMMER W; FRIEDRICH K; SMITH JM; KERR IM; STARK GR; WILLIAMS BRG
      RECEPTOR-ASSOCIATED CONSTITUTIVE PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY CONTROLS THE KINASE FUNCTION OF JAK1

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. CHEN M; CHENG A; CHEN YQ; HYMEL A; HANSON EP; KIMMEL L; MINAMI Y; TANIGUCHI T; CHANGELIAN PS; OSHEA JJ
      THE AMINO-TERMINUS OF JAK3 IS NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT FOR BINDING TOTHE COMMON GAMMA-CHAIN AND CONFERS THE ABILITY TO TRANSMIT INTERLEUKIN 2-MEDIATED SIGNALS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. DELAPORTE E; RENTON KW
      CYTOCHROME P4501A1 AND CYTOCHROME P4501A2 ARE DOWN-REGULATED AT BOTH TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL LEVELS BY CONDITIONS RESULTINGIN INTERFERON-ALPHA BETA INDUCTION/

      Life sciences
    54. STEWART VC; GIOVANNONI G; LAND JM; MCDONALD WI; CLARK JB; HEALES SJR
      PRETREATMENT OF ASTROCYTES WITH INTERFERON-ALPHA BETA IMPAIRS INTERFERON-GAMMA INDUCTION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    55. WANG HY; ZAMORANO J; YOERKIE JL; PAUL WE; KEEGAN AD
      THE IL-4-INDUCED TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE IS DEPENDENT ON JAK1 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN FIBROSARCOMA CELLS

      The Journal of immunology
    56. SHIMODA K; FENG J; MURAKAMI H; NAGATA S; WATLING D; ROGERS NC; STARK GR; KERR IM; IHLE JN
      JAK1 PLAYS AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR RECEPTOR PHOSPHORYLATION AND STAT ACTIVATION IN RESPONSE TO GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR

      Blood
    57. UETSUKA K; NAKAYAMA H; GOTO N
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF RECOMBINANT INTERFERON (IFN)-ALPHA BETA ON MHV-2CC-INDUCED CHRONIC HEPATITIS IN ATHYMIC NUDE-MICE/

      Experimental animals
    58. CHANG MS; CHANG GD; LEU JH; HUANG FL; CHOU CK; HUANG CJ; LO TB
      EXPRESSION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND GENOMIC STRUCTURE OF CARP JAK1 KINASE GENE

      DNA and cell biology
    59. IHLE JN
      JANUS KINASES IN CYTOKINE SIGNALING

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    60. KOURO T; KIKUCHI Y; KANAZAWA H; HIROKAWA K; HARADA N; SHIIBA M; WAKAO H; TAKAKI S; TAKATSU K
      CRITICAL PROLINE RESIDUES OF THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE IL-5 RECEPTOR-ALPHA CHAIN AND ITS FUNCTION IN IL-5-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF JAK KINASE AND STAT5

      International immunology
    61. CHISHOLM LJ; DOVGAN PS; AGRAWAL DK; MCGREGOR PE; EDWARDS JD
      MODULATION OF MONOCYTE ADHERENCE TO ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS BY ENDOTHELIN-1INVOLVEMENT OF SRC (P60(SRC)) AND JAK1-LIKE KINASES

      Journal of vascular surgery
    62. OHWADA S; KOBAYASHI I; MAEMURA M; SATOH Y; OGAWA T; IINO Y; MORISHITA Y
      INTERFERON POTENTIATES ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY OF CPT-11 AGAINST HUMAN COLON-CANCER XENOGRAFTS

      Cancer letters
    63. DANIEL N; WATERS MJ; BIGNON C; DJIANE J
      INVOLVEMENT OF A SUBSET OF TYROSINE KINASES AND PHOSPHATASES IN REGULATION OF THE BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN GENE PROMOTER BY PROLACTIN

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    64. CHRISTENSEN MM; ELLERMANNERIKSEN S; RUNGBY J; MOGENSEN SC
      INFLUENCE OF MERCURIC-CHLORIDE ON RESISTANCE TO GENERALIZED INFECTIONWITH HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-2 IN MICE

      Toxicology
    65. CAO XM; TAY A; GUY GR; TAN YH
      ACTIVATION AND ASSOCIATION OF STAT3 WITH SRC IN V-SRC-TRANSFORMED CELL-LINES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    66. DAGOSTINI C; PALAMARA AT; FAVALLI C; SIVILIA M; FEBBRARO G; BUE C; GARACI E
      EFFICACY OF COMBINATION THERAPY WITH AMANTADINE, THYMOSIN ALPHA-1 ANDALPHA BETA INTERFERON IN MICE INFECTED WITH INFLUENZA-A VIRUS/

      International journal of immunopharmacology
    67. MULLER M; BREM G
      INTRACELLULAR, GENETIC OR CONGENITAL IMMUNIZATION - TRANSGENIC APPROACHES TO INCREASE DISEASE RESISTANCE OF FARM-ANIMALS

      Journal of biotechnology
    68. WATANABE S; ITOH T; ARAI KI
      ROLES OF JAK KINASES IN HUMAN GM-CSF RECEPTOR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    69. PFEFFER LM; WANG C; CONSTANTINESCU SN; CROZE E; BLATT LM; ALBINO AP; NANUS DM
      HUMAN RENAL CANCERS RESISTANT TO IFNS ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTION EXHIBIT SENSITIVITY TO IFNS GENE-INDUCING AND ANTIVIRAL ACTIONS

      The Journal of urology
    70. WATANABE S; ITOH T; ARAI K
      JAK2 IS ESSENTIAL FOR ACTIVATION OF C-FOS AND C-MYC PROMOTERS AND CELL-PROLIFERATION THROUGH THE HUMAN GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-RECEPTOR IN BA F3 CELLS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. SUGIYAMA T; NISHIO Y; KISHIMOTO T; AKIRA S
      IDENTIFICATION OF ALTERNATIVE SPLICING FORM OF STAT2

      FEBS letters
    72. MILLAR BC; BELL JBG; POWLES RL
      LYMPHOCYTE RECOVERY AND CLINICAL-RESPONSE IN MULTIPLE-MYELOMA PATIENTS RECEIVING INTERFERON ALPHA(2-BETA) AFTER INTENSIVE THERAPY

      British Journal of Cancer
    73. SCHINDLER C
      CYTOKINE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Receptor
    74. ROLLING C; TRETON D; BECKMANN P; GALANAUD P; RICHARD Y
      JAK3 ASSOCIATES WITH THE HUMAN INTERLEUKIN-4 RECEPTOR AND IS TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED FOLLOWING RECEPTOR TRIGGERING

      Oncogene
    75. BELARDELLI F
      ROLE OF INTERFERONS AND OTHER CYTOKINES IN THE REGULATION OF THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      APMIS. Acta pathologica, microbiologica et immunologica Scandinavica
    76. WANG Y; FULLER GM
      INTERLEUKIN-6 AND CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR TRIGGER JANUS KINASE ACTIVATION AND EARLY GENE RESPONSE IN RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Gene
    77. GOUILLEUX F; PALLARD C; DUSANTERFOURT I; WAKAO H; HALDOSEN LA; NORSTEDT G; LEVY D; GRONER B
      PROLACTIN, GROWTH-HORMONE, ERYTHROPOIETIN AND GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR INDUCE MGF-STAT5 DNA-BINDING ACTIVITY

      EMBO journal
    78. IHLE JN; KERR IM
      JAKS AND STATS IN SIGNALING BY THE CYTOKINE RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY

      Trends in genetics
    79. GUILLEMARD E; GENITEAULEGENDRE M; KERGOT R; LEMAIRE G; PETIT JF; LABARRE C; QUERO AM
      ROLE OF TREHALOSE DIMYCOLATE-INDUCED INTERFERON-ALPHA BETA IN THE RESTRICTION OF ENCEPHALOMYOCARDITIS VIRUS GROWTH IN-VIVO AND IN PERITONEAL MACROPHAGE CULTURES/

      Antiviral research
    80. SMEE DF; ALAGHAMANDAN HA; RAMASAMY K; REVANKAR GR
      BROAD-SPECTRUM ACTIVITY OF 8-CHLORO-7-DEAZAGUANOSINE AGAINST RNA VIRUS-INFECTIONS IN MICE AND RATS

      Antiviral research
    81. LARRIPA I; GIERE I; SLAVUTSKY I; DIAZ M
      MOLECULAR STUDY OF THE INTERFERON GENES IN CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA

      Leukemia research
    82. KREIL TR; EIBL MM
      VIRAL-INFECTION OF MACROPHAGES PROFOUNDLY ALTERS REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUCTION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS

      Virology
    83. STAHL N; FARRUGGELLA TJ; BOULTON TG; ZHONG Z; DARNELL JE; YANCOPOULOS GD
      CHOICE OF STATS AND OTHER SUBSTRATES SPECIFIED BY MODULAR TYROSINE-BASED MOTIFS IN CYTOKINE RECEPTORS

      Science
    84. FUJII H; NAKAGAWA Y; SCHINDLER U; KAWAHARA A; MORI H; GOUILLEUX F; GRONER B; IHLE JN; MINAMI Y; MIYAZAKI T; TANIGUCHI T
      ACTIVATION OF STAT5 BY INTERLEUKIN-2 REQUIRES A CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGION OF THE INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR-BETA CHAIN BUT IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR THE PROLIFERATIVE SIGNAL TRANSMISSION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    85. SEGEV Y; OFIR R; SALZBERG S; HELLER A; WEINSTEIN Y; ISAKOV N; UDEM S; WOLFSON M; RAGERZISMAN B
      TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF MEASLES-VIRUS NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN IN PERSISTENTLY INFECTED NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS

      Journal of virology
    86. ANDERSON SM; JORGENSEN B
      ACTIVATION OF SRC-RELATED TYROSINE KINASES BY IL-3

      The Journal of immunology
    87. XU X; KANG SH; HEIDENREICH O; OKERHOLM M; OSHEA JJ; NERENBERG MI
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF DIFFERENT JAK TYROSINE KINASES IN HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 (HTLV-1) TAX PROTEIN OR VIRUS-TRANSFORMED CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    88. HACKETT RH; WANG YD; LARNER AC
      MAPPING OF THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN GROWTH-HORMONE RECEPTOR REQUIRED FOR THE ACTIVATION OF JAK2 AND STAT PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    89. TANNER JW; CHEN W; YOUNG RL; LONGMORE GD; SHAW AS
      THE CONSERVED BOX-1 MOTIF OF CYTOKINE RECEPTORS IS REQUIRED FOR ASSOCIATION WITH JAK KINASES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. FOXWELL BMJ; BEADLING C; GUSCHIN D; KERR I; CANTRELL D
      INTERLEUKIN-7 CAN INDUCE THE ACTIVATION OF JAK-1, JAK-3 AND STAT-5 PROTEINS IN MURINE T-CELLS

      European Journal of Immunology
    91. TORTOLANI PJ; JOHNSTON JA; BACON CM; MCVICAR DW; SHIMOSAKA A; LINNEKIN D; LONGO DL; OSHEA JJ
      THROMBOPOIETIN INDUCES TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND ACTIVATION OF THEJANUS KINASE, JAK2

      Blood
    92. GABRIELE L; KAIDO T; WOODROW D; MOSS J; FERRANTINI M; PROLETTI E; SANTODONATO L; ROZERA C; MAURY C; BELARDELLI F; GRESSER I
      LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC RESPONSE OF MICE TO INTERFERON-ALPHA-1-TRANSFECTEDFRIEND-LEUKEMIA CELLS

      The American journal of pathology
    93. REIN T; MULLER M; ZORBAS H
      IN-VIVO FOOTPRINTING OF THE IRF-1 PROMOTER - INDUCIBLE OCCUPATION OF A GAS ELEMENT NEXT TO A PERSISTENT STRUCTURAL ALTERATION OF THE DNA

      Nucleic acids research
    94. ELLERMANNERIKSEN S; CHRISTENSEN MM; MOGENSEN SC
      EFFECT OF MERCURIC-CHLORIDE ON MACROPHAGE-MEDIATED RESISTANCE MECHANISMS AGAINST INFECTION WITH HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-2

      Toxicology
    95. QUELLE FW; SATO N; WITTHUHN BS; INHORN RC; EDER M; MIYAJIMA A; GRIFFIN JD; IHLE JN
      JAK2 ASSOCIATES WITH THE BETA(C) CHAIN OF THE RECEPTOR FAR GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR, AND ITS ACTIVATION REQUIRES THE MEMBRANE-PROXIMAL REGION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    96. BARBER DL; DANDREA AD
      ERYTHROPOIETIN AND INTERLEUKIN-2 ACTIVATE DISTINCT JAK KINASE FAMILY MEMBERS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    97. WIRANOWSKA M; NAIDU AK
      INTERFERON EFFECT ON GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS IN MOUSE GLIOMA IN-VITRO

      Journal of neuro-oncology
    98. SIDWELL RW; HUFFMAN JH; BARNARD DL; SMEE DF; WARREN RP; CHIRIGOS MA; KENDE M; HUGGINS J
      ANTIVIRAL AND IMMUNOMODULATING INHIBITORS OF EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED PUNTA-TORO VIRUS-INFECTIONS

      Antiviral research
    99. JOHNSTON JA; KAWAMURA M; KIRKEN RA; CHEN YQ; BLAKE TB; SHIBUYA K; ORTALDO JR; MCVICAR DW; OSHEA JJ
      PHOSPHORYLATION AND ACTIVATION OF THE JAK-3 JANUS KINASE IN RESPONSE TO INTERLEUKIN-1

      Nature
    100. WITTHUHN BA; SILVENNOINEN O; MIURA O; LAI KS; CWIK C; LIU ET; IHLE JN
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE JAK-3 JANUS KINASE IN SIGNALING BY INTERLEUKIN-2 AND INTERLEUKIN-4 IN LYMPHOID AND MYELOID CELLS

      Nature


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