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TAM Receptors in Health and Disease, Vol 357. International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology

  • ID: 5117751
  • Book
  • December 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 277 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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TAM Receptors in Health and Disease, Volume 357  in the International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology, reviews the role of TAM receptors in health and diseases. Chapters in this new release include TAM receptors and its Role in Efferocytosis: Clearance of Dead Cells, TAM family receptors and their ligands: Role in thrombosis, TAM receptors and its ligand mediated activation: Role in Atherosclerosis, Post-translational modifications of the Ligands: Requirement for TAM receptor activation, Immunogenic role of TAM receptors in the cancer microenvironment: Implications in cancer immunotherapy, TAM receptors: A Phosphatidylserine Receptor family and its implications in Viral infections, and much more.

  • Provides a comprehensive collection of articles on the relatively late evolved and highly conserved TAM receptor tyrosine kinase family
  • Describes TAM receptor biology in great details
  • Presents invited, timely review articles authored by well-established TAM receptor biologists
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1. TAM receptors and its Role in Efferocytosis: Clearance of Dead Cells Sushil Kumar 2. TAM family receptors and their ligands: Role in thrombosis Yi Vu 3. TAM receptors and its ligand mediated activation: Role in Atherosclerosis Canan Kasikara 4. Post-translational modifications of the Ligands: Requirement for TAM receptor activation Ke Geng 5. Immunogenic role of TAM receptors in the cancer microenvironment: Implications in cancer immunotherapy Viralkumar Davra 6. TAM receptors: A Phosphatidylserine Receptor family and its implications in Viral infections Sounak Ghosh Roy 7. Autophagic Cell Death in Viral Infections: Does TAM receptors play a role? Emmanuel Datan
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