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The phosphorylation deficient mutants of CXCRI (M2-CXCRI), CXCR2 (33IT-CCR2) and CCRI (S3Figure 3 Sites for chemokine receptors cross-desensitization and regulation of signal strength. Chemokines activate signaling pathways through the Gni and GJ3y G protein subunits to activate phospholipase C (pLCJ3) and increase second messengers. Second messenger activated kinases (PKC, PKA) phosphorylate susceptible receptors and PLCJ3 to specifically inhibit Gn and GJ3y mediated PLCJ3 activation. Potential sites for regulation of signal strength, such as regulators of G-protein signaling (RGS) and modification of GJ3Y, are also indicated.
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