Term used for phosphatidylinositol or any inositol-containing phospholipid.
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Evidence for dual coupling of the murine luteinizing hormone receptor to adenylyl cyclase and phosphor inositide breakdown and [Ca2.sup.+] mobilization.
These phosphorylated tyrosines serve as anchors for binding and activating downstream signaling elements such as phospholipase C (PLC), Shc, SNT and phosphatidyl inositide 3-kinase.
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