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2004) (Fig. 4). , 2004), and CA-RAP1 co-immunoprecipitation with profilin was RIAM-dependent. Lastly, ADAP also interacts with EVL/VASP proteins, which might facilitate integrin linkage to F-actin. , 2007), thus providing a direct link with the ADAP–SKAP55 complex and active RAP1. , 2007). Interestingly, adapÀ/À T cells retain the T Cell Activation and the Cytoskeleton 35 ability to polymerize F-actin at the IS, indicating that ADAP is required for the generation of specific F-actin structures during T cell activation.
2001). Following antigenic stimulation, ERM proteins are rapidly reactivated, localizing to and regulating the formation of the actin-rich distal pole complex (DPC), a posterior cap-like structure forming opposite the IS (Fig. 2). , 2004). , 2004). , 2007). 4. , 1982; Kuhn and Poenie, 2002). , 1995) (Fig. 3). , 2007). Nevertheless, for the most part, these molecules are TCR proximal components, which affect many pathways downstream of the TCR. Therefore, the molecular signaling pathways, which are directly involved in the physical movement of the MTOC following TCR engagement, have not been defined.
2004). As a result, ERM-mediated plasma membrane and cortical F-actin linkage is severed, leading to reduced cellular rigidity, increased cell-surface protein mobility, and 28 Timothy S. Gomez and Daniel D. , 2004). , 2001). Following antigenic stimulation, ERM proteins are rapidly reactivated, localizing to and regulating the formation of the actin-rich distal pole complex (DPC), a posterior cap-like structure forming opposite the IS (Fig. 2). , 2004). , 2004). , 2007). 4. , 1982; Kuhn and Poenie, 2002).