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Regulation of protein kinase C activity by cooperative interaction of Zn2+ and Ca2+.
The results suggest that Zn2+ does not recognize or interact with protein kinase C in the absence of Ca2+, that protein Kinase C possesses high and low affinity Ca2+-binding sites, and that at least one Zn1-binding site exists which is distinct from Ca2+. Expand
Regulation of Protein Kinase C Activity by Cooperative Interaction of Zn 2 + and Ca 2 + *
cis-Fatty acids such as oleic acid or linoleic acid have been previously shown to induce full activation of protein kinase C in the absence of Ca2+ and phospholipids (Murakami, K., and Routtenberg,Expand