Protein kinases

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[[Proteins|Protein]] kinases are [https://teaching.ncl.ac.uk/bms/wiki/index.php/Enzyme enzymes] which take part in signalling pathways. They can be activated by various [[Molecules|molecules]], and then go on to activate other proteins, forming a [[Cascade reaction|cascade reaction<ref>Jeremy M.Berg, John L.Tymoczko, Gregory J.Gatto Jr., Lubert Stryer. Biochemistry 8th Ed. 2015</ref>]].  
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[[Proteins|Protein]] kinases are [https://teaching.ncl.ac.uk/bms/wiki/index.php/Enzyme enzymes] which take part in signalling pathways<ref>Jeremy M.Berg, John L.Tymoczko, Gregory J.Gatto Jr.,Lubert Stryer. Biochemistry. 8th Ed. New York: W.H.Freeman &amp;amp; Company: Kate Ahr Parker. 2015.</ref>. They can be activated by various [[Molecules|molecules]], and then go on to activate other proteins, forming a [[Cascade reaction|cascade reaction&nbsp;]]&nbsp;.  
  
 
There are many examples of various protein kinases:  
 
There are many examples of various protein kinases:  

Revision as of 19:01, 2 December 2017

Protein kinases are enzymes which take part in signalling pathways[1]. They can be activated by various molecules, and then go on to activate other proteins, forming a cascade reaction  .

There are many examples of various protein kinases:


References

  1. Jeremy M.Berg, John L.Tymoczko, Gregory J.Gatto Jr.,Lubert Stryer. Biochemistry. 8th Ed. New York: W.H.Freeman &amp; Company: Kate Ahr Parker. 2015.
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