Solution structure of the human signaling protein RACK1

Solution structure of the human signaling protein RACK1

Kaliandra A. Goncalves, Julio C. Borges, Julio C. Silva, Priscila F. Papa, Gustavo C. Bressan, Iris L. Torriani, Joerg Kobarg

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Background: The adaptor protein RACK1 (receptor of activated kinase 1) was originally identified as an anchoring protein for protein kinase C. RACK1 is a 36 kDa protein, and is composed of seven WD repeats which mediate its protein-protein interactions. RACK1 is ubiquitously expressed and has been...

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Solution structure of the human signaling protein RACK1

Kaliandra A. Goncalves, Julio C. Borges, Julio C. Silva, Priscila F. Papa, Gustavo C. Bressan, Iris L. Torriani, Joerg Kobarg


										

Solution structure of the human signaling protein RACK1

Kaliandra A. Goncalves, Julio C. Borges, Julio C. Silva, Priscila F. Papa, Gustavo C. Bressan, Iris L. Torriani, Joerg Kobarg

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    BMC structural biology

    Vol. 10 (June, 2010), n. art. 15