Wang, Jun; Shannon, M Frances; Young, Ian
IL-5 is a key regulator of eosinophilic inflammation and is selectively expressed by antigen-activated Th2 lymphocytes. An important role for the proximal AP-1 and GATA sites in regulating IL-5 transcription is generally accepted but the significance of an adjacent Ets/NFAT site has remained unclear. We have investigated its role using the mouse Th2 clone D10.G4.1. Transcription of IL-5 reporter gene plasmids could be induced in D10 cells by phorbol myristate acetate/ cyclic adenosine...[Show more]
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