The Link between Protein Kinase CK2 and Atypical Kinase Rio1
AbstractThe atypical kinase Rio1 is widespread in many organisms, ranging from Archaebacteria to humans, and is an essential factor in ribosome biogenesis. Little is known about the protein substrates of the enzyme and small-molecule inhibitors of the kinase. Protein kinase CK2 was the first interaction partner of Rio1, identified in yeast cells. The enzyme from various sources undergoes CK2-mediated phosphorylation at several sites and this modification regulates the activity of Rio1. The aim of this review is to present studies of the relationship between the two different kinases, with respect to CK2-mediated phosphorylation of Rio1, regulation of Rio1 activity, and similar susceptibility of the kinases to benzimidazole inhibitors. View Full-Text
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Kubiński, K.; Masłyk, M. The Link between Protein Kinase CK2 and Atypical Kinase Rio1. Pharmaceuticals 2017, 10, 21.
Kubiński K, Masłyk M. The Link between Protein Kinase CK2 and Atypical Kinase Rio1. Pharmaceuticals. 2017; 10(1):21.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kubiński, Konrad; Masłyk, Maciej. 2017. "The Link between Protein Kinase CK2 and Atypical Kinase Rio1." Pharmaceuticals 10, no. 1: 21.
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