Phospholipase C-gamma (PLCG) binds to phosphorylated Tyr-348 (Tyr-342 in mouse) and Tyr-352 (Tyr-346 in mouse) in SYK with its C-terminal SH2 domain (Law et al. 1996). PLCG2 functions downstream of CLEC6A/Dectin-2 and triggers cytokine production in response to the infection by Candida albicans. PLCG2 deficiency results in the defective production of NF-kB and significantly reduced production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) following infection (Gorjestani et al. 2011).