Alison N. Bonner
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Internal medicineAdapter molecule crkCell migrationCytoskeletonAssociation (psychology)Cellular differentiationParity (mathematics)Cell fate determinationDrosophila embryogenesisNeurocognitiveArterial stiffnessAtherosclerosis Risk in CommunitiesVascular diseaseDiseasePregnancyPseudocleavageActin cytoskeletonAge at menopauseFilamentous actinMedicineBiologyMitosisCell biology
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#1Alison N. Bonner (UNC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)H-Index: 1
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: Small Src homology domain 2 (SH2) and 3 (SH3) adapter proteins regulate cell fate and behavior by mediating interactions between cell surface receptors and downstream signaling effectors in many signal transduction pathways. The CT10 regulator of kinase (Crk) family has tissue-specific roles in phagocytosis, cell migration, and neuronal development and mediates oncogenic signaling in pathways like that of Abelson kinase. However, redundancy among the two mammalian family members and the positi...
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