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Receptor protein-tyrosine kinase

receptor protein-tyrosine kinase

(Science: enzyme) A catalytic protein-tyrosine kinase domain found on the cytoplasmic beta-portion of receptors. Many growth and differentiation factor receptors contain this domain. It is critical for the signal transduction pathways required for mitogenesis, transformation, and cell differentiation.

Registry number: EC 2.7.1.-


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