Phosphorylation of Xenopus Cdc25C at Ser285 interferes with ability to activate a DNA damage replication checkpoint in pre-midblastula embryos.

Abstract

We have recently demonstrated that negative regulation of human Cdc25 protein phosphatases by phosphorylation at their 14-3-3 site can be antagonized through phosphorylation at an adjacent site in the -2 position.1 Based on structural homology for different Cdc25 phosphatases, a similar regulatory pathway also could be conserved in Xenopus embryos, where… (More)

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