Phosphorylating: Webster's Facts and Phrases
Nonfiction Usage Patent UsageCellular Kinase Targets and Inhibitors, and Methods for Their Use: Patented by Thomas P. Cujec on November 13, 2002. Abstract: Described herein are polypeptides that are phosphorylation targets of a kinase, methods for identifying compounds that decrease the phosphorylation activity of a kinase, methods and reagents for inhibiting kinase activity, and methods of phosphorylating proteins. These methods are also particularly described with respect to the abl kinase.Complex with Specific Dephosphorylating Enzymes, Effectors and Method for the Production of Said Complex: Patented by Peter Herrlich and Frank Bouml;hmer on August 2, 2000. Abstract: The invention relates to a complex which is involved in the control of cell regulation, comprising a dephosphorylating enzyme and a phosphorylating protein, the effectors and/or substrates thereof and a method for the production and/or determination thereof in addition to the use of said complex.Cyclic depsipeptide sulfonylation, sulfenylation and phosphorylation process: Patented by Jurgen Scherkenbeck, Andrew Plant, Peter Jeschke, Achim Harder and Norbert Mencke on April 1, 1997. Abstract: The present invention relates to a process for the aromatic sulfonylation, sulfenylation, thiocyanation and phosphorylation of cyclic depsipeptides having 6 to 24 ring atoms which are synthesized from .alpha.-hydroxycarboxylic acids and .alpha.-amino acids and contain at least one phenyl radical, characterized in that these cyclic depsipeptides are reacted with sulfonylating, sulfenylating, thiocyanating or phosphorylating agents, optionally in the presence of catalysts, auxiliaries and/or diluents, to novel thus-obtained compounds, and to their use as endoparasiticides.DNA encoding mitogen activated protein kinase, FRK: Patented by Tiliang Deng and Michael Karin on September 9, 1994. Abstract: An isolated c-Fos regulating kinase polypeptide (FRK) characterized by having a molecular weight of 88 kD as determined by reducing SDS-PAGE, having threonine and serine kinase activity, phosphorylating the c-Fos activation domain and polynucleotide sequences and method of detection of FRK are provided herein. Also described are methods for identifying compositions which affect FRK activity, thereby affecting c-Fos activation and subsequent activation of genes associated with AP-1 sites.Fluorescence-based high throughput screening assays for protein kinases and phosphatases: Patented by Dennis E. Epps and Charles K. Marschke on December 6, 2000. Abstract: The invention relates to novel fluorescence-based assays for protein kinases and phosphatases which can be used in high throughput screening. The methods of the invention utilize a competitive immunoassay to determine the amount of substrate that is phosphorylated or dephosphorylated during the course of a kinase or phosphatase reaction to yield a product, as well as the phosphorylating or dephosphorylating activity of a kinase or phosphatase.Herpes simplex virus 1 UL13 gene product: methods and compositions: Patented by Bernard Roizman and Frances C. Purves on August 8, 1992. Abstract: The present invention provides the gene product of the herpes simplex virus U.sub.L 13 gene as being capable of phosphorylating other gene products of the herpes simplex virus. The herpes simplex virus U.sub.L 13 gene product is used in an assay to identify substances suspected of having anti-herpes simplex viral activity.Homogeneous method for detecting and/or determining phosphorylating activity in a biological material: Patented by Gerard Mathis, Eric Trinquet and Marc Preaudat on March 6, 2000. Abstract: The invention relates to a novel homogeneous method of detecting and/or determining the phosphorylating activity of a biological material towards a substrate containing tyrosine and/or serine and/or threonine, and to a kit for carrying out this method.Homogeneous polynucleotide displacement assay method kit and reagent complex: Patented by
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