[Phosphorylation in eukaryotic cells. Role of phosphatases and kinases in the biology, pathogenesis and control of intracellular and bloodstream protozoa].


Cells respond to environmental or cellular changes, rapidly switching protein activities from one state to another. In eukaryotes, a way to achieve these changes is through protein phosphorylation cycles, involving independent protein kinase and protein phosphatase activities. Current evidences show that phosphatases and kinases are also involved in the… (More)


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