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3. Transitional and mature B lymphocytes exhibit a differential response to BCR signaling, and some of these differences are thought to be the consequence of differences in the organization or stability of this signalosome. Some of these differences are outlined in the following sections. 1. The PIP2/PKCb pathway Mature B lymphocytes respond to BCR cross-linking by increasing phosphatidylinositol 4,5 bisphosphate (PIP2) hydrolysis and elevating intracellular calcium levels. Activation of this pathway appears to be more 24 John G.
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