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Jnk-activating protein kinase

Jnk-activating protein kinase

(Science: enzyme) a dual specificity kinase that activates jun kinases and p38-mpk2; amino acid sequence given in first source

registry number: EC 2.7.1.-

Synonym: jnk kinase, jnkk, hemipterous protein, hep protein, jun amino-terminal kinase kinase, jn kinase kinase, hep gene product


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