Protein Kinase a and Human Disease, Volume 968

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Constantine A. Stratakis, Yoon S. Cho-Chung
New York Academy of Sciences, 2002 - Medical - 271 pages
Protein kinase A (PKA) is an enzyme that modulates the function of other proteins and thus is involved in many processes responsible for cellular regulation. This volume follows the discovery of the first human genetic disorder that is caused by mutations of one of the sub-units of the PKA system. It brings together clinical and basic scientists for an examination of the enzyme and its involvement in human disease.

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Contents

PROTEIN KINASE A
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Dissecting the Circuitry of Protein Kinase A and cAMP Signaling in Cancer
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Regulatory Subunits of PKA and Breast Cancer By W R MILLER
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