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Inositol Phospholipid Signaling in Physiology and Disease,9781573318914
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Inositol Phospholipid Signaling in Physiology and Disease

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4/29/2013
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A recent upsurge of research examining inositol phospholipids (IP)—membrane-bound species fundamental to cell signaling—continues underscore the role of this pathway in both normal and disease-associated cellular physiology.  This volume includes a selection of cutting-edge, multidisciplinary reports borne out of the conference “Inositol Phospholipid Signaling in Physiology and Disease” held June 26–27, 2012 at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City.  Papers include important developments investigating IP signaling in immunology, cancer, inflammation, and metabolic disorders.

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Inositol Phospholipid Signaling in Physiology and Disease v
William G. Kerr and Sandra Fernandes

Phosphoinositide 3-kinase and INPP4B in human breast cancer 1
Micka C. Bertucci and Christina A. Mitchell

Role of SHIP1 in cancer and mucosal inflammation 6
Sandra Fernandes, Sonia Iyer, and William G. Kerr

Role of SHIP1 in bone biology 11
Sonia Iyer, Bryan S. Margulies, and William G. Kerr

Achieving cancer cell death with PI3K/mTOR-targeted therapies 15
Sung Su Yea and David A. Fruman

Challenges in the clinical development of PI3K inhibitors 19
Cristian Massacesi, Emmanuelle di Tomaso, Nathalie Fretault, and Samit Hirawat

Rules of engagement: distinct functions for the four class I PI3K catalytic isoforms in immunity 24
Klaus Okkenhaug

Control of T cell tolerance by phosphatase and tensin homolog 27
Alexandria Huynh and Laurence A. Turka

Role of PI3K/Akt and mTOR complexes in Th17 cell differentiation 30
Shigenori Nagai, Yutaka Kurebayashi, and Shigeo Koyasu

Targeting phosphoinositide 3-kinase δ for the treatment of respiratory diseases 35
Srividya Sriskantharajah, Nicole Hamblin, Sally Worsley, Andrew R. Calver, Edith M. Hessel, and Augustin Amour

Phosphoinositide 3-kinase gamma in T cell biology and disease therapy 40
Wai-Ping Fung-Leung

Inhibition of phosphoinositide 3-kinase γ attenuates inflammation, obesity, and cardiovascular risk factors 44
Matthias P. Wymann and Giovanni Solinas

Class III PI3K Vps34: essential roles in autophagy, endocytosis, and heart and liver function 48
Nadia Jaber and Wei-Xing Zong

Inpp4b is a novel negative modulator of osteoclast differentiation and a prognostic locus for human osteoporosis 52
Jean Vacher



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