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Tie receptor tyrosine kinase

tie receptor tyrosine kinase

(Science: enzyme) From human leukaemia cells; expressed in developing vascular endothelial cell; has homology with egf, bfgf, csf-1, pdgf and stem cell factor receptors; ligand and biologic function not known as of 12/92; tie-1 receptor tyrosine kinase is rat homolog of tie receptor tyrosine kinase; aa sequence known

Registry number: EC 2.7.10.-

Synonym: tie-1 receptor tyrosine kinase, tie-1 rtk


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