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MAPK1 phosphorylates RPS6KB1 on S447. 5 / 5
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signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase."
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
biopax:phosphositeplus
No evidence text available
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
MAPK1 phosphorylates RPS6KB1 on S434. 5 / 5
1 4 |
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase."
biopax:phosphositeplus
No evidence text available
signor
"Erk phosphorylates multiple cytoplasmatic and cytoskeletal proteins, including mapk-activated protein kinases and the ribosomal p70-s6 kinase"
MAPK1 phosphorylates RPS6KB1 on T444. 3 / 3
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signor
"The principal target of rapamycin-induced p70s6k inactivation is a novel phosphorylation site within a conserved hydrophobic domain."
signor
"The principal target of rapamycin-induced p70s6k inactivation is a novel phosphorylation site within a conserved hydrophobic domain."
biopax:phosphositeplus
No evidence text available
MAPK1 phosphorylates RPS6KB1. 2 / 2
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biopax:panther
No evidence text available
biopax:panther
No evidence text available