ATMPK 4 , an Arabidopsis Homolog of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase , Is Activated in Vitro by AtMEK 1 through Threonine Phosphorylation 1

@inproceedings{Huang2000ATMPK4,
  title={ATMPK 4 , an Arabidopsis Homolog of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase , Is Activated in Vitro by AtMEK 1 through Threonine Phosphorylation 1},
  author={Yafan Huang and Hui Li and Rajeev Gupta and Peter C. Morris and Sheng Luan and Joseph J Kieber},
  year={2000}
}
The modulation of mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) activity regulates many intracellular signaling processes. In animal and yeast cells, MAP kinases are activated via phosphorylation by the dual-specificity kinase MEK (MAP kinase kinase). Several plant homologs of MEK and MAPK have been identified, but the biochemical events underlying the activation of plant MAPKs remain unknown. We describe the in vitro activation of an Arabidopsis homolog of MAP kinase, ATMPK4. ATMPK4 was… CONTINUE READING
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