Immunocytochemical localization of protein kinase C in resting and activated human neutrophils.
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An immunocytochemical method was used to determine possible changes in the subcellular distribution of protein kinase C (PKC) in human neutrophils in response to opsonized latex beads and zymosan. While in resting cells most of the PKC immunoreactivity was localized in the cytoplasm, a redistribution of PKC to the plasma and phagosomal membranes was observed in cells treated with latex beads or zymosan for 5-20 min, suggesting a participation of PKC in endocytosis.
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Deli, E., Kiss, Z., Wilson, E., Lambeth, J. D., & Kuo, J. F.
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Deli, E||Kiss, Z||Wilson, E||Lambeth, JD||Kuo, JF