Protein Kinase C
Peter J. Parker, Lodewijk V. Dekker
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Apr 1, 1997 - Science - 240 pages
In this book information from the wide range of disciplines involved in the investigation of protein kinase C is juxtaposed to provide an integrated picture of current research activities. The contributors are active researchers with specific expertise in a particular area. The basic biochemistry of protein kinase C, its appearance as a heterogeneous gene family, its structure, activation and regulation as well as the biology of this enzyme, its relevance to processes like cellular differentiation or synaptic transmission, are described in considerable detail. Explaining the heterogeneity in functional terms is in fact one of the main challenges facing researchers.
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