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Sequence patches on MAPK surfaces define protein-protein interactions



Sequence patches on MAPK surfaces define protein-protein interactions



Genome Biology 10(6): 222



Recent studies on the modularity of mitogen-activated protein kinases show how redesigning 'surface patches' on a protein can change the topology of a signaling network.

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PMID: 19519955

DOI: 10.1186/gb-2009-10-6-222


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