Arp2/3 complex-driven spatial patterning of the BCR enhances immune synapse formation, BCR signaling and cell activation

  1. Madison Bolger-Munro  Is a corresponding author
  2. Kate Choi
  3. Joshua M Scurll
  4. Libin Abraham
  5. Rhys S Chappell
  6. Duke Sheen
  7. May Dang-Lawson
  8. Xufeng Wu
  9. John J Priatel
  10. Daniel Coombs
  11. John A Hammer
  12. Michael R Gold  Is a corresponding author
  1. University of British Columbia, Canada
  2. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, United States
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  1. Madison Bolger-Munro
  2. Kate Choi
  3. Joshua M Scurll
  4. Libin Abraham
  5. Rhys S Chappell
  6. Duke Sheen
  7. May Dang-Lawson
  8. Xufeng Wu
  9. John J Priatel
  10. Daniel Coombs
  11. John A Hammer
  12. Michael R Gold
(2019)
Arp2/3 complex-driven spatial patterning of the BCR enhances immune synapse formation, BCR signaling and cell activation
eLife 8:e44574.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.44574