The regulatory domain of protein kinase C-epsilon restricts the catalytic-domain-specificity.


Protein kinase C (PKC) consists of a family of closely related enzymes that can be divided into two subfamilies (alpha, beta and gamma and delta, epsilon and zeta) on the basis of primary sequence. Functional differences have also been described; thus PKC-alpha, PKC-beta and PKC-gamma readily phosphorylate histone IIIS in vitro, whereas PKC-epsilon will not… (More)


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