Hunter T and Plowman GD (1997) The protein kinases of budding yeast: six score and more. Trends Biochem Sci 22(1):18-22
Abstract: The completion of the budding yeast genome sequencing project has made it possible to determine not only the total number of genes, but also the exact number of genes of a particular type 1-3. As a consequence, we now know exactly how many protein kinases are encoded by the yeast genome, a number of considerable interest because of the importance of protein phosphorylation in the control of so many cellular processes.
Type: Journal Article | Review | Review, Tutorial
PubMed ID: 9020587
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