What is a protein kinase? What is its effect on the structure and function of a protein? How is...
What is a protein kinase?
What is its effect on the structure and function of a protein?
How is its action reversed?
Cell signaling is a process that most commonly involves an entire cascade of proteins, each of which has a unique function and ability to trigger other proteins in the signaling chain to complete some action.
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Protein kinases are proteins that add phosphate groups onto proteins. Protein kinases serve as essential mediators of cell signaling, as phosphate...
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Learn what signal transduction is and the roles of different relay proteins. Explore the signal transduction pathway and signal transduction cascades in cells.