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(Science: protein) Ubiquitous, highly conserved, intracellular protein of 149 residues that is phosphorylated as part of several intracellular second messenger pathways.

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Proteins in Mitosos and the Cell Cycle :)

... promotes formation. In fact some CDKs phosphorylate some of the MAPs to control the cell cycle. Some examples of MAPs is Tau, MAP2, +TIPs, and Stathmin.

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by kolean
Mon Nov 30, 2009 3:10 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Proteins in Mitosos and the Cell Cycle :)
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