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    1. Morrione, A; Navarro, M; Romano, G; Dews, M; Reiss, K; Valentinis, B; Belletti, B; Baserga, R
      The role of the insulin receptor substrate-1 in the differentiation of rathippocampal neuronal cells

      ONCOGENE
    2. Kurokawa, K; Iwashita, T; Murakami, H; Hayashi, H; Kawai, K; Takahashi, M
      Identification of SNT/FRS2 docking site on RET receptor tyrosine kinase and its role for signal transduction

      ONCOGENE
    3. Marandi, S; De Keyser, N; Saliez, A; Maernoudt, AS; Sokal, EM; Stilmant, C; Rider, MH; Buts, JP
      Insulin signal transduction in rat small intestine: role of MAP kinases inexpression of mucosal hydrolases

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Kaburagi, Y; Satoh, S; Yamamoto-Honda, R; Ito, T; Ueki, K; Akanuma, Y; Sekihara, H; Kimura, S; Kadowaki, T
      Insulin-independent and wortmannin-resistant targeting of IRS-3 to the plasma membrane via its pleckstrin homology domain mediates a different interaction with the insulin receptor from that of IRS-1

      DIABETOLOGIA
    5. Hermanto, U; Zong, GS; Wang, LH
      Inhibition of mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase selectively inhibitscell proliferation in human breast cancer cells displaying enhanced insulin-like growth factor I-mediated mitogen-activated protein kinase activation

      CELL GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    6. Soni, P; Lakkis, M; Poy, MN; Fernstrom, MA; Najjar, SM
      The differential effects of pp120 (Ceacam 1) on the mitogenic action of insulin and insulin-like growth factor 1 are regulated by the nonconserved tyrosine 1316 in the insulin receptor

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Xu, P; Jacobs, AR; Taylor, SI
      Interaction of insulin receptor substrate 3 with insulin receptor, insulinreceptor-related receptor, insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor, and downstream signaling proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Meakin, SO; MacDonald, JIS; Gryz, EA; Kubu, CJ; Verdi, JM
      The signaling adapter FRS-2 competes with Shc for binding to the nerve growth factor receptor TrkA - A model for discriminating proliferation and differentiation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Urso, B; Brown, RA; O'Rahilly, S; Shepherd, PR; Siddle, K
      The alpha-isoform of class II phosphoinositide 3-kinase is more effectively activated by insulin receptors than IGF receptors, and activation requires receptor NPEY motifs

      FEBS LETTERS
    10. PAEZESPINOSA V; CARVALHO CRO; ALVAREZROJAS F; JANERI L; VELLOSO LA; BOSCHERO AC; SAAD MJA
      INSULIN INDUCES TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF SHC AND STIMULATES SHC GRB2 ASSOCIATION IN INSULIN-SENSITIVE TISSUES OF THE INTACT RAT/

      ENDOCRINE
    11. OGAWA W; MATOZAKI T; KASUGA M
      ROLE OF BINDING-PROTEINS TO IRS-1 IN INSULIN SIGNALING

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    12. BURKS DJ; WANG J; TOWERY H; ISHIBASHI O; LOWE D; RIEDEL H; WHITE MF
      IRS PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAINS BIND TO ACIDIC MOTIFS IN PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    13. HE WM; ROSE DW; OLEFSKY JM; GUSTAFSON TA
      GRB10 INTERACTS DIFFERENTIALLY WITH THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR, INSULIN-LIKE-GROWTH-FACTOR I RECEPTOR, AND EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR VIA THE GRB10 SRC-HOMOLOGY-2 (SH2) DOMAIN AND A 2ND NOVEL DOMAIN LOCATED BETWEEN THE PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY AND SH2 DOMAINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    14. BOEHM JE; CHAIKA OV; LEWIS RE
      ANTI-APOPTOTIC SIGNALING BY A COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-I RECEPTOR INSULIN-RECEPTOR CHIMERA WITH A JUXTAMEMBRANE DELETION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    15. UENO H; HONDA H; NAKAMOTO T; YAMAGATA T; SASAKI K; MIYAGAWA K; MITANI K; YAZAKI Y; HIRAI H
      THE PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3'-KINASE PATHWAY IS REQUIRED FOR THE SURVIVAL SIGNAL OF LEUKOCYTE TYROSINE KINASE

      Oncogene
    16. SUN XJ; PONS S; WANG LM; ZHANG YT; YENUSH L; BURKS D; MYERS MG; GLASHEEN E; COPELAND NG; JENKINS NA; PIERCE JH; WHITE MF
      THE IRS-2 GENE ON MURINE CHROMOSOME-8 ENCODES A UNIQUE SIGNALING ADAPTER FOR INSULIN AND CYTOKINE ACTION

      Molecular endocrinology
    17. SHARMA PM; EGAWA K; GUSTAFSON TA; MARTIN JL; OLEFSKY JM
      ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED OVEREXPRESSION OF IRS-1 INTERACTING DOMAINS ABOLISHES INSULIN-STIMULATED MITOGENESIS WITHOUT AFFECTING GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT IN 3T3-L1 ADIPOCYTES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    18. CHEN J; SADOWSKI HB; KOHANSKI RA; WANG LH
      STAT5 IS A PHYSIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATE OF THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    19. LAVIOLA L; GIORGINO F; CHOW JC; BAQUERO JA; HANSEN H; OOI J; ZHU JW; RIEDEL H; SMITH RJ
      THE ADAPTER PROTEIN GRB10 ASSOCIATES PREFERENTIALLY WITH THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR AS COMPARED WITH THE IGF-I RECEPTOR IN MOUSE FIBROBLASTS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    20. VIGNOUD L; ALBIGESRIZO C; FRACHET P; BLOCK MR
      NPXY MOTIFS CONTROL THE RECRUITMENT OF THE ALPHA-5-BETA-1 INTEGRIN INFOCAL ADHESIONS INDEPENDENTLY OF THE ASSOCIATION OF TALIN WITH THE BETA-1 CHAIN

      Journal of Cell Science
    21. SAWKAVERHELLE D; BARON V; MOTHE I; FILLOUX C; WHITE MF; VANOBBERGHEN E
      TYR(624) AND TYR(628) IN INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE-2 MEDIATE ITS ASSOCIATION WITH THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    22. CHAIKA OV; CHAIKA N; VOLLE DJ; WILDEN PA; PIRRUCELLO SJ; LEWIS RE
      CSF-1 RECEPTOR INSULIN-RECEPTOR CHIMERA PERMITS CSF-1-DEPENDENT DIFFERENTIATION OF 3T3-L1 PREADIPOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    23. ONEILL TJ; ZHU YY; GUSTAFSON TA
      INTERACTION OF MAD2 WITH THE CARBOXYL-TERMINUS OF THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR BUT NOT WITH THE IGFIR - EVIDENCE FOR RELEASE FROM THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR AFTER ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    24. CHAN JLK; LAI M; WANG LH
      EFFECT OF DIMERIZATION ON SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND BIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONOF ONCOGENIC ROS, INSULIN, AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. KAO AW; WATERS SB; OKADA S; PESSIN JE
      INSULIN STIMULATES THE PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE 66-KILODALTON AND 52-KILODALTON SHE ISOFORMS BY DISTINCT PATHWAYS

      Endocrinology
    26. TAKAHASHI Y; TOBE K; KADOWAKI H; KATSUMATA D; FUKUSHIMA Y; YAZAKI Y; AKANUMA Y; KADOWAKI T
      ROLES OF INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE-1 AND SHC ON INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN EARLY PASSAGES OF CULTURED HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Endocrinology
    27. FLORINI JR; EWTON DZ; COOLICAN SA
      GROWTH-HORMONE AND THE INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR SYSTEM IN MYOGENESIS

      Endocrine reviews
    28. MORRIS AJ; MARTIN SS; HARUTA T; NELSON JG; VOLLENWEIDER P; GUSTAFSON TA; MUECKLER M; ROSE DW; OLEFSKY JM
      EVIDENCE FOR AN INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE-1 INDEPENDENT INSULIN SIGNALING PATHWAY THAT MEDIATES INSULIN-RESPONSIVE GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER (GLUT4) TRANSLOCATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    29. YENUSH L; MAKATI KJ; SMITHHALL J; ISHIBASHI O; MYERS MG; WHITE MF
      THE PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAIN IS THE PRINCIPLE LINK BETWEEN INSULIN-RECEPTOR AND IRS-1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. ONEILL TJ; ROSE DW; PILLAY TS; HOTTA K; OLEFSKY JM; GUSTAFSON TA
      INTERACTION OF A GRB-IR SPLICE VARIANT (A HUMAN GRB10 HOMOLOG) WITH THE INSULIN AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I RECEPTORS - EVIDENCE FOR AROLE IN MITOGENIC SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. SASAOKA T; ISHIKI M; SAWA T; ISHIHARA H; TAKATA Y; IMAMURA T; USUI I; OLEFSKY JM; KOBAYASHI M
      COMPARISON OF THE INSULIN AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-1 MITOGENIC INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING PATHWAYS

      Endocrinology


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