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Re: substrate and pseudosubstrate for kinase
Have you tried phosphobase at:
It's pretty up to date as far as the peptides that kinases phosphorylate
and the kinetics of these reaction. You may have to dig through it a
bit to find what you are looking for. I believe it's under access
--- Francois-Xavier CAMPBELL-VALOIS <campvalf@blume.BCH.UMontreal.CA>
> Does anyone know a resource available on the net or
> in a recent
> publication listing all the substrate and
> particularly pseudosubstrate for
> kinase. I know that their is chapters of methods in
> enzymology vol 200 and 201
> (1991) on that subject, but I am looking for a moore
> recent source of
> information. Thank you.
> * Francois-Xavier Campbell Valois
> * * etudiant au M. sc.
> biologie moleculaire
> * Universite de Montreal dept de biochimie labo.
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> * Laboratoire de Stephen Michnick (D-512) bureau.
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