Kinetic and calcium-binding properties of three calcium-dependent protein kinase isoenzymes from soybean.

@article{Lee1998KineticAC,
  title={Kinetic and calcium-binding properties of three calcium-dependent protein kinase isoenzymes from soybean.},
  author={J Y Lee and Byung Cheol Yoo and Alice C. Harmon},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={37 19},
  pages={6801-9}
}
Calmodulin-like domain protein kinases (CDPKs) are a family of calcium- but not calmodulin-dependent protein kinases found in a wide variety of plants and in protists. CDPKs are encoded by large multigene families, and to assess whether family members play distinct or redundant roles in vivo, we characterized soybean CDPK isoforms alpha, beta, and gamma, which share 60-80% identity in amino acid sequence. RNA blot analysis showed that the three CDPKs were expressed in most plant tissues… CONTINUE READING

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