Protein kinase functions / edited by Jim Woodgett.

Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
[2nd ed.].
Published/​Created
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Description
xxiv, 382 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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Series
Notes
Rev. ed. of: Protein kinases. 1994.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 1. Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase signalling: a tale of two kinase activities / Paul J. Coffer
  • 2. Mammalian MAP kinase pathways / John M. Kyriakis
  • 3. Genetic approaches to protein kinase function in lower eukaryotes / Simon E. Plyte
  • 4. Specificity in JAK-STAT signalling / Adrienne Halupa and Dwayne L. Barber
  • 5. On the road to destruction: suppression of protein tyrosine kinase signalling by SOCS family proteins / Robert Rottapel, Subburaj Ilangumaran and Paulo de Sepulveda
  • 6. Cyclin-dependent protein kinases / Kathleen L. Gould
  • 7. Mechanisms and biology of signalling by serine/threonine kinase receptors form the TGF[beta] superfamily / Michael Kluppel, Pamela A. Hoodless and Jeffrey L. Wrana / [and others]
  • 8. The ATM and DNA-PK proteins: the sensing, signalling, and repair of DNA damage / Robert Bristow, Hans Bluyssen and Annelies de Klein / [and others].
  • Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase signalling: a tale of two kinase activities
  • Mammalian MAP kinase pathways
  • Genetic approaches to proteinkinase function in lower eukaryotes
  • Specificity in JAK-STAT signalling
  • On the road to destruction: supprssion of protein tyrosine kinase signalling by SOCS family proteins
  • Cyclin-dependent protein kinases
  • Mechanisms and biology of signalling by serine/threonine kinase receptors form the TGFβ superfamily
  • The ATM and DNA-KP proteins: the sensing, sinalling, and repair of DNA damage.
ISBN
  • 0199637717 ((hbk. ; : acid-free paper))
  • 9780199637713 ((hbk. ; : acid-free paper))
  • 0199637709 ((pbk. ; : acid-free paper))
  • 9780199637706 ((pbk. ; : acid-free paper))
LCCN
00032391
OCLC
43945362
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