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    1. Wilkinson, DG
      Multiple roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Yu, HH; Zisch, AH; Dodelet, VC; Pasquale, EB
      Multiple signaling interactions of Abl and Arg kinases with the EphB2 receptor

      ONCOGENE
    3. Coulthard, MG; Lickliter, JD; Subanesan, N; Chen, K; Webb, GC; Lowry, AJ; Koblar, S; Bottema, CDK; Boyd, AW
      Characterization of the EphA1 receptor tyrosine kinase: Expression in epithelial tissues

      GROWTH FACTORS
    4. Elowe, S; Holland, SJ; Kulkarni, S; Pawson, T
      Downregulation of the Ras-mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway by the EphB2 receptor tyrosine kinase is required for ephrin-induced neurite retraction

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Lengyel, I; Nairn, AC; McCluskey, A; Toth, G; Penke, B; Rostas, JAP
      Auto-inhibition of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II by its ATP-binding domain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    6. Cheng, XD; Phelps, C; Taylor, SS
      Differential binding of cAMP-dependent protein kinase regulatory subunit isoforms I alpha and II beta to the catalytic subunit

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Yu, JS; Chang, SH; Chan, WH; Chen, HC
      Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the determination of p21-activated kinase activity

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Dotan, I; Ziv, E; Dafni, N; Beckman, JS; McCann, RO; Glover, CVC; Canaani, D
      Functional conservation between the human, nematode, and yeast CK2 cell cycle genes

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Control of cell behaviour by signalling through Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    10. Zisch, AH; Pazzagli, C; Freeman, AL; Schneller, M; Hadman, M; Smith, JW; Ruoslahti, E; Pasquale, EB
      Replacing two conserved tyrosines of the EphB2 receptor with glutamic acidprevents binding of SH2 domains without abrogating kinase activity and biological responses

      ONCOGENE
    11. Kalo, MS; Pasquale, EB
      Signal transfer by Eph receptors

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    12. Lee, GR; Kim, SN; Noguchi, K; Park, SD; Hong, SH; Cho-Chung, YS
      Ala(99)ser mutation in RI alpha regulatory subunit of protein kinase A causes reduced kinase activation by cAMP and arrest of hormone-dependent breast cancer cell growth

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Bosc, DG; Luscher, B; Litchfield, DW
      Expression and regulation of protein kinase CK2 during the cell cycle

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Frisen, J; Holmberg, J; Barbacid, M
      Ephrins and their Eph receptors: multitalented directors of embryonic development

      EMBO JOURNAL
    15. Kalo, MS; Pasquale, EB
      Multiple in vivo tyrosine phosphorylation sites in EphB receptors

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. YOKOTE K; HELLMAN U; EKMAN S; SAITO Y; RONNSTRAND L; SAITO Y; HELDIN CH; MORI S
      IDENTIFICATION OF TYR-762 IN THE PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH-FACTOR ALPHA-RECEPTOR AS THE BINDING-SITE FOR CRK PROTEINS

      Oncogene
    17. ANTOINE PJ; BERTRAND F; AUCLAIR M; MAGRE J; CAPEAU J; CHERQUI G
      INSULIN INDUCTION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C-ALPHA EXPRESSION IS INDEPENDENTOF INSULIN-RECEPTOR TYR(1162 1163) RESIDUES AND INVOLVES MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE KINASE-1 AND SUSTAINED ACTIVATION OF NUCLEAR P44(MAPK)/

      Endocrinology
    18. STRACK S; BARBAN MA; WADZINSKI BE; COLBRAN RJ
      DIFFERENTIAL INACTIVATION OF POSTSYNAPTIC DENSITY-ASSOCIATED AND SOLUBLE CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE-II BY PROTEIN-PHOSPHATASE-1 AND PROTEIN-PHOSPHATASE-2A/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    19. MARIN O; MEGGIO F; SARNO S; PINNA LA
      PHYSICAL DISSECTION OF THE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR REGULATORY PROPERTIES AND INTERSUBUNIT INTERACTIONS OF PROTEIN-KINASE CK2 BETA-SUBUNIT

      Biochemistry
    20. BIONDI RM; WALZ K; ISSINGER OG; ENGEL M; PASSERON S
      DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN ACID AND ALKALI-LABILE PHOSPHORYLATED RESIDUESON IMMOBILON - PHOSPHORYLATION STUDIES OF NUCLEOSIDE DIPHOSPHATE KINASE

      Analytical biochemistry
    21. KOEGL M; COURTNEIDGE SA; SUPERTIFURGA G
      STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE EFFICIENT REGULATION OF THE SRC PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE BY CSK

      Oncogene
    22. RUZZA P; DEANA AD; CALDERAN A; PAVANETTO M; CESARO L; PINNA LA; BORIN G
      SYNTHETIC TYR-PHOSPHO AND NONHYDROLYZABLE PHOSPHONOPEPTIDES AS PTKS AND TC-PTP INHIBITORS

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    23. LITCHFIELD DW; BOSC DG; SLOMINSKI E
      THE PROTEIN-KINASE FROM MITOTIC HUMAN-CELLS THAT PHOSPHORYLATES SER-209 ON THE CASEIN KINASE-II BETA-SUBUNIT IS P34(CDC2)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    24. BJORGE JD; BELLAGAMBA C; CHENG HC; TANAKA A; WANG JH; FUJITA DJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 ACTIVATED MUTANTS OF HUMAN PP60(C-SRC) THAT ESCAPE C-SRC KINASE REGULATION BY DISTINCT MECHANISMS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. SUPERTIFURGA G
      REGULATION OF THE SRC PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE

      FEBS letters
    26. MEGGIO F; BOLDYREFF B; MARIN O; ISSINGER OG; PINNA LA
      PHOSPHORYLATION AND ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE CK2 BY P34(CDC2) AREINDEPENDENT EVENTS

      European journal of biochemistry
    27. CHACKALAPARAMPIL I; BAGRODIA S; SHALLOWAY D
      TYROSINE DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF PP60(C-SRC) IS STIMULATED BY A SERINE THREONINE PHOSPHATASE INHIBITOR/

      Oncogene
    28. OETKEN C; COUTURE C; BERGMAN M; BONNEFOYBERARD N; WILLIAMS S; ALITALO K; BURN P; MUSTELIN T
      TCR CD3-TRIGGERING CAUSES INCREASED ACTIVITY OF THE P50(CSK) TYROSINEKINASE AND ENGAGEMENT OF ITS SH2 DOMAIN/

      Oncogene
    29. FLINT NA; AMREIN KE; JASCUR T; BURN P
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ACTIVATED FORM OF THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE LCK FROM AN ESCHERICHIA-COLI EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    30. ERNOULD AP; FERRY G; BARRET JM; GENTON A; BOUTIN JA
      SUBSTRATE PHOSPHORYLATION CAPACITIES OF THE MAJOR TYROSINE PROTEIN-KINASE FROM THE HUMAN PROMYELOCYTIC CELL-LINE, HL-60

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    31. YANG SD; HUANG TJ; HUANG JJ
      AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE PREDOMINANTLY PHOSPHORYLATES SER(115), THE IN-VIVO SITE IN BRAIN MYELIN BASIC-PROTEIN

      Journal of protein chemistry
    32. MYLES GM; BRANDT CS; CARLBERG K; ROHRSCHNEIDER LR
      TYROSINE-569 IN THE C-FMS JUXTAMEMBRANE DOMAIN IS ESSENTIAL FOR KINASE-ACTIVITY AND MACROPHAGE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-DEPENDENT INTERNALIZATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    33. CARON M; REYNET C; WICEK D; PICARD J; CHERQUI G; CAPEAU J
      INSULIN-RECEPTOR MUTATION AT TYROSINE-1162 AND TYROSINE-1163 ALTERS BOTH RECEPTOR SERINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND DESENSITIZATION

      Metabolism, clinical and experimental
    34. MURPHY SM; BERGMAN M; MORGAN DO
      SUPPRESSION OF C-SRC ACTIVITY BY C-TERMINAL SRC KINASE INVOLVES THE C-SRC SH2-DOMAIN AND SH3-DOMAIN - ANALYSIS WITH SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology


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