cAMP inhibits both Ras and Rap1 activation in primary human T lymphocytes, but only Ras inhibition correlates with blockade of cell cycle progression

Thomas Grader-Beck, Andre A.F.L. Van Puijenbroek, Lee M. Nadler, Vassiliki A. Boussiotis

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