Differential expression of two functional serine/threonine protein kinases from soyabean that have an unusual acidic domain at the carboxy terminus

@article{Yoon1997DifferentialEO,
  title={Differential expression of two functional serine/threonine protein kinases from soyabean that have an unusual acidic domain at the carboxy terminus},
  author={Hae Won Yoon and Min Chul Kim and Pligyu Shin and Jin Young Kim and Cha Young Kim and Sang Yeoul Lee and Inhwan Hwang and Jeong Dong Bahk and Jong Hong and Chang-deok Han and Moo Je Cho},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={1997},
  volume={255},
  pages={359-371}
}
Two soybean cDNA clones, SPK-3 and SPK-4, encoding putative protein kinases were isolated and characterized. Both cDNAs encoded approximately 40-kDa serine/threonine kinases with unusual stretches of acidic amino acids in their carboxy-terminal regions, which are highly homologous to PKABA1 from wheat and ASKs from Arabidopsis. These kinases are encoded by one- or two-copy genes in the soybean genome. Notably, SPK-3 and -4 showed different patterns of expression in various soybean tissues. SPK… CONTINUE READING
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