Interplay between S-cyclin-dependent kinase and Dbf4-dependent kinase in controlling DNA replication through phosphorylation of yeast Mcm4 N-terminal domain.

Abstract

Cyclin-dependent (CDK) and Dbf4-dependent (DDK) kinases trigger DNA replication in all eukaryotes, but how these kinases cooperate to regulate DNA synthesis is largely unknown. Here, we show that budding yeast Mcm4 is phosphorylated in vivo during S phase in a manner dependent on the presence of five CDK phosphoacceptor residues within the N-terminal domain… (More)
DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E07-06-0614

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@article{Devault2008InterplayBS, title={Interplay between S-cyclin-dependent kinase and Dbf4-dependent kinase in controlling DNA replication through phosphorylation of yeast Mcm4 N-terminal domain.}, author={Alain Devault and Elisabeth Gueydon and Etienne Schwob}, journal={Molecular biology of the cell}, year={2008}, volume={19 5}, pages={2267-77} }