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1992). The domain structure coninion to the heniatopoietin family of receptors is indicated. Thin horizontal lines correspond to cysteine residues conserved in the family and thick lines correspond to the WS x WS sequence motif. , transmembrane; cyto, cytoplasm. 46 DAVID P. GEARING pression is strongly enhanced by dexamethasone; however, LIF stimulation of the same gene is inhibited by dexamethasone (Baumann and Gauldie, 1990; Baumann et d . ,1992). Because OSM can bind the high-affinity LIF receptor in addition to an OSM-specific receptor, OSM would likely have the same range of effects as LIF (Gearing and Bruce, 1992) and then more.
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