p13suc1 suppresses the catalytic function of p34cdc2 kinase for intermediate filament proteins, in vitro.
Microtubule destabilization by cdc2/H1 histone kinase: phosphorylation of a "pro-rich region" in the microtubule-binding domain of MAP-4.
A point mutation in C-terminal region of cdc2 kinase causes a G2-phase arrest in a mouse temperature-sensitive FM3A cell mutant.
- H. Yasuda, M. Kamijo, R. Honda, M. Nakamura, F. Hanaoka, Y. Ohba
- BiologyCell Structure and Function
- 1 February 1991
A mouse temperature-sensitive mutant for cell growth, tsFT210, was characterized, and as a result, the proline of wild-type cdc2 kinase at the 272 amino acid residues from N-terminal methionine changed to serine.
The difference in murine CDC2 kinase activity between cytoplasmic and nuclear fractions during the cell cycle.
cdc2 kinase phosphorylation of desmin at three serine/threonine residues in the amino-terminal head domain.
- M. Kusubata, Y. Matsuoka, T. Kishimoto
- Biology, ChemistryBiochemical and Biophysical Research…
- 15 February 1993
Phosphorylation of desmin filament by cdc2 kinase induced a transition toward the depolymerized state of the filament. Sequence analysis of purified phosphopeptides derived from cdc2…
Polymorphic Structure of dl-12Hydroxystearic Acid
thermo-reversible gel with a fibrous network in various organic solvents, such as ethanol and benzene.1 (R)12hydroxystearic acid can thus serve to regulate the viscoelasticity of greases and…
In vitro phosphorylation of the tumor suppressor gene RB protein by mitosis-specific histone H1 kinase.
Roseocardin, a novel cardiotonic cyclodepsipeptide from Trichothecium roseum TT103.
- A. Tsunoo, M. Kamijo, N. Taketomo, Y. Sato, K. Ajisaka
- Biology, ChemistryJournal of antibiotics (Tokyo. )
- 25 December 1997
A new cyclodepsipeptide, designated roseocardin, was isolated from the culture broth of Trichothecium roseum TT103 and showed positive inotropic effects on rat heart muscles.
Non-cyclic AMP-dependent, positive inotropic cyclodepsipeptides with negative chronotropy.
The results suggest that these CDPs produce both non-cyclic AMP-dependent positive inotropic and negative chronotropic effects.
Preference of human cdc2 kinase for peptide substrate.
- M. Kamijo, H. Yasuda, P. Yau, M. Yamashita, Y. Nagahama, Y. Ohba
- Biology, ChemistryPeptide research
Human cyclin B1-bound cdc2 kinase phosphorylated the threonine residue in the sequence -Thr-Pro-Lys- Lys-Ala- but hardly phosphorylation it in the sequences - Thr- pro-ala-pro- lysine residues, as found in p53 protein.