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By Professor Dietmar Schomburg, Dr. Ida Schomburg, Dr. Antje Chang (eds.)

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1 the enzyme is required to link the yeast pheromone response G-protein b g subunits to downstream signalling components [295]; <211> the enzyme is necessary for mating [296]; <210> Pak1 protein is likely to be an effector for Cdc42p or a related GTPase, Pak1p may be involved in the maintenance of cell polarity and in mating [294]; <209> the enzyme is involved in budding and cytokinesis and interacts with Cdc42, a GTPase required for polarized cell growth [292]; <214> hPAK1 is a GTPase effector controlling a downstream MAP kinase pathway.

E. ) [424, 427, 430, 431, 432, 438, 441] P ADP + O-phospho-[tau-protein] S ATP + a protein <2, 151, 153, 155, 156, 157, 162, 163, 164, 165, 170, 240, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 256, 257, 258, 259, 266, 271, 275, 276, 277, 278, 281, 282> (<153> the enzyme is essential for viral replication [221]; <162,163> not essential for cell viability [233]; <163> Cki2, may contribute to the regulation of cell morphology [233]; <157> the enzyme is a regulator of DNA strand-break repair [228]; <164,165> enzyme is involved in the regulation of DNA repair [235]; <155,156> enzyme plays a pivotal role in eukaryotic cell regulation [225]; <151> gene disruption reveals that cki3+ is dispensable for cell viability, and cells lacking functional cki3+ exhibit no characteristic phenotype [216]; <170> casein kinase 1 a gene is developmentally regulated and the kinase activity of the protein is induced by DNA damage.

Possible requirement in mechanisms associated with DNA repair during early embryogenesis [241]; <277> Pkn5 negatively regulates Myxococcus xanthus development [335]; <281,282> AfsK plays a regulatory role in aerial mycelium formation in Streptomyces griseus [339]; <277,278> expressed constitutively throughout the life cycle, with slight increases at an early stage of development [335]; <276> the enzyme blocks the secretion of b-lactamase by phosphorylation [334]; <275> pknA is required for both normal cellular growth and differentiation [333]; <278> Pkn6 may be a transmembrane sensor of external signals for development [335]; <281> involvement of afsK in the regulation of secondary metabolism [338]; <241> the enzyme is required to promote the activity of at least six distinct transport systems for nitrogenous nutrients under conditions of nitrogen catabolite derepression [345]; <240> the enzyme is a negative regulator of both sexual conjugation and meiosis [344]; <243> STK1 mostly affects a loweraffinity, low-capacity polyamine transport activity [349]; <244> enzyme is not essential for vegetative growth [350]; <246> the SKS1 protein kinase is a multicopy suppressor of the snf3 mutation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae [353]; <245> the enzyme enhances spermine uptake in Saccharomyces cerevisiae [352]; <248, 249> in some cancers displaying chromosomal instability the loss of this checkpoint is associated with the mutational inactivation of a human homologue of the yeast BUB1 gene [359]; <250> the enzyme is essential for the fission yeast spindle checkpoint response to spindle damage and to defects in centromere function.

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