Characterization of a human regulatory subunit of protein phosphatase 3 gene (PPP3RL) expressed specifically in testis

@article{Liu2004CharacterizationOA,
  title={Characterization of a human regulatory subunit of protein phosphatase 3 gene (PPP3RL) expressed specifically in testis},
  author={Lingling Liu and J. Zhang and J. Yuan and Yongjun Dang and Chenyi Yang and X. Chen and Jianing Xu and L. Yu},
  journal={Molecular Biology Reports},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={41-45}
}
  • Lingling Liu, J. Zhang, +5 authors L. Yu
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular Biology Reports
  • AbstractProtein phosphatase 3 (PPP3, formerly PP2B, Calcineurin), a serine/ threonine protein phosphatase, is a heterodimer composed of one catalytic subunit (PPP3C, Calcineurin A) and one regulatory subunit (PPP3R, Calcineurin B). PPP3R, an EF-hand Ca2+ binding protein, contains four high-affinity EF-hand calcium-binding sites, indicating that PPP3 plays critical roles in many calcium-mediated signal transduction pathways. PPP3R has two isoforms, PPP3R1 (also known as PP2Bβ1) and PPP3R2 (also… CONTINUE READING
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