Diverse effects of poly-basic amino acids, heparin and ionic strength on the phosphorylation of various substrates by cytosolic protein-tyrosine kinase from porcine spleen.

@article{Asahi1990DiverseEO,
  title={Diverse effects of poly-basic amino acids, heparin and ionic strength on the phosphorylation of various substrates by cytosolic protein-tyrosine kinase from porcine spleen.},
  author={Michio Asahi and Taketoshi Taniguchi and Kazuo Sakai and Sachiko Nakamura and Hirohei Yamamura},
  journal={The International journal of biochemistry},
  year={1990},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          635-40
        }
}
1. Effects of poly-basic amino acids, heparin and ionic strength on the activity of cytosolic protein-tyrosine kinase from porcine spleen (CPTK-40) have been studied. 2. Both polylysine and polyarginine stimulated the phosphorylation of [Val5]angiotensin II and E11 G1 (synthetic peptide of EDAEYAARRRG), but could neither stimulate nor inhibit the phosphorylation of random copolymers; poly(EY)4:1 and poly(EAY)6:3:1. 3. Heparin stimulated the phosphorylation of poly(EY)4:1 by 2.5-fold, however… CONTINUE READING
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