Further reading

Barondes SH, Castronovo V, Cooper DNW et al (1994) Galectins: a family of animal (i-galactoside-binding lectins. Cell 76: 597-598. Clark EA (1993) CD22, a B cell-specific receptor, mediates adhesion and signal transduction. Journal of Immunology 150: 4715-4718. Cyster JG, Healy JI, Kishihara K, Mak TW, Thomas ML and Goodnow CC (1996) Regulation of B-lymphocyte negative and positive selection by tyrosine phosphatase CD45. Nature 381: 325-328. Desai DM, Sap J, Schlessinger J and Weiss A (1993) Ligand-mediated negative regulation of a chimeric transmembrane receptor tyrosine phosphatase. Cell 73: 541-554.

Kishihara K, Penninger J, Wallace VA et al (1993) Normal B lymphocyte development but impaired T cell maturation in CD45-exon 6 protein tyrosine phos-phatase-deficient mice. Cell 74: 143-156. McKenney DW, Onodera H, Gorman L, Mimura T and Rothstein DM (1995) Distinct isoforms of the CD45 protein-tyrosine phosphatase differentially regulate interleukin 2 secretion and activation signal pathways involving Vav in T cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 24949-24954. Perillo NL, Pace KE, Seilhamer JJ and Baum LG (1995) Apoptosis of T cells mediated by galectin-1. Nature 378: 736-739. Sgroi D, Koretzky G and Stamenkovic I (1995) Regulation of CD45 engagement by the B-cell receptor CD22. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 92: 4026^1030. Suchard SJ and Bourguignon LYW (1987) Further characterization of a fodrin-containing transmembrane complex from mouse T-lymphoma cells. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 896: 35-46. Thomas ML (1989) The leukocyte common antigen family. Annual Review of Immunology 7: 339-369. Trowbridge IS and Thomas ML (1994) CD45: an emerging role as a protein tyrosine phosphatase required for lymphocyte activation and development. Annual Review of Immunology 12: 85-116. van der Merwe PA, Crocker PR, Vinson M, Barclay AN, Schauer R and Kelm S (1996) Localization of the putative sialic acid-binding site on the immunoglobulin superfamily cell-surface molecule CD22. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271: 9273-9280.


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