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casein kinases

casein kinase I

Phosphorylation and Regulation of β-Catenin by Casein Kinase Iε

Copurification of Casein Kinase II with Transcription Factor ATF/E4TF3

Casein kinase II interacts with the bZIP domains of several transcription factors

Identification and characterization of chloroplast casein kinase II from Oryza sativa (rice)

TDP-43 Phosphorylation by casein kinase Iε promotes oligomerization and enhances toxicity in vivo

Mono-(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate Rapidly Increases Celsr2 Protein Phosphorylation in HeLa Cells via Protein Kinase C and Casein Kinase 1

Insertion of a casein kinase recognition sequence induces phosphorylation of ovine β-lactoglobulin in transgenic mice

Casein kinase I δ/ɛ phosphorylates topoisomerase IIα at serine-1106 and modulates DNA cleavage activity

Phosphorylation of P53 at the Casein Kinase II Site Selectively Regulates p53-Dependent Transcriptional Repression but Not Transactivation

P03.08INHIBITION OF CASEIN KINASE II (CK2) ENHANCES IKAROS TUMOR SUPPRESSOR ACTIVITY AND SHOWS THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY IN A PRECLINICAL LEUKEMIA MODEL

Genetic and biochemical interactions between the Arp2/3 complex, Cmd1p, casein kinase II, and Tub4p in yeast

Plastid casein kinase 2 knockout reduces abscisic acid (ABA) sensitivity, thermotolerance, and expression of ABA- and heat-stress-responsive nuclear genes

Casein kinase II interacts with prion protein in vitro and forms complex with native prion protein in vivo

Studies on the Phosphorylation of a Mr 25,000 Protein, a Putative Protein Phosphatase 2A Modulator, by Casein Kinase I, and Analysis of Multiple Endogenous Phosphates

 

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A group of kinases that preferentially phosphorylate acidic proteins such as caseins but can phosphorylate a large number of proteins. Casein kinase 1 (EC 2.7.11.1, multiple isoforms, ~415 aa) participates in Wnt signalling and is a central component of the circadian clock. Casein kinase II (phosvitin, 215 aa) is part of a tetrameric complex that is also involved in Wnt signalling. It is thought to regulate a broad range of transcription factors and in the brain has been associated with long-term potentiation by phosphorylating proteins important for neuronal plasticity.

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