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P35/Cdk5 phosphorylates RasGRF2 regulating RasGRF2-mediated Rac signaling and ERK1/2 activity

, : P35/Cdk5 phosphorylates RasGRF2 regulating RasGRF2-mediated Rac signaling and ERK1/2 activity. Journal of Neurochemistry 88(Supplement 1): 81, February


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Yoo, J.Hyuk.; Cheong, M.Sun.; Park, C.Young.; Moon, B.Cheol.; Kim, M.Chul.; Kang, Y.Hwan.; Park, H.Cheol.; Choi, M.Soo.; Lee, J.Huck.; Jung, W.Yong.; Yoon, H.Won.; Chung, W.Sik.; Lim, C.Oh.; Lee, S.Yeol.; Cho, M.Je., 2003: Regulation of the dual specificity protein phosphatase, DsPTP1, through interactions with calmodulin. Reversible phosphorylation is a key mechanism for the control of intercellular events in eukaryotic cells. In animal cells, Ca2+/CaM-dependent protein phosphorylation and dephosphorylation are implicated in the regulation of a number of cellular p...