Binding of PLCG1 to active TrkA receptor

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R-HSA-167674
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Homo sapiens
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The PLC-gamma 1 docking site in Trk receptor (Y785) is important for initiation and maintenance of hippocampal LTP (long term potentiation); this residue in TrkA receptor also binds to CHK tyrosine kinase, which participates in MAPK pathway activation and is involved in PC12 cells neurite outgrowth in response to NGF. PLC-gamma 1 activation results in long term induction of a sodium channel gene (PN1).

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