Receptors for Activated C Kinase
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Receptors for PROTEIN KINASE C that consist of seven WD40 REPEATS. They function in a wide variety of cellular and physiologic processes including the assembly of signaling complexes, protein translation, cell growth and proliferation, APOPTOSIS, and MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR transport. RACK1 depends on protein kinase C activity to translocate from the perinuclear region to the cell periphery and associates with the plasma membrane through interactions with KERATIN-1 and INTEGRIN BETA-1.
|Receptors for Activated C Kinase
- Receptors for Activated C Kinase
- Receptor of Activated C Kinase 1
- GNB2L1 Protein
- RACK1 Protein
- Protein Kinase C Receptors
- Receptor, Protein Kinase C
- Receptor for Activated C Kinase
- GNB2-RS1 Protein
- GNB2 RS1 Protein
- Protein Kinase C Receptor
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