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Although the sterile 20 (Ste20) ser-ine/threonine protein kinase was originally identified as a component of the S. cerevisiae mating pathway, it has homologs in higher eukaryotes and is part of a larger family of Ste20-like kinases. Ste20-like kinases are involved in multiple cellular processes, such as cell growth, morphogenesis, apoptosis and immune response. Carrying out such a diverse array of biological functions requires numerous regulatory inputs and outputs in the form of protein-protein interactions and post-transla-tional modifications. Hence, a thorough knowledge of Ste20-like kinase bindin

Topics: fission yeast, casein kinase 2, Ste20 kinase, polar growth
Year: 2013
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