Molekulare Determinanten der Dephosphorylierung und Genaktivierung des Signaltransduktors und Aktivators der Transkription 1

Bei den STAT-Proteinen handelt es sich um eine evolutionär hochkonservierte Proteinfamilie, die aus sechs funktionellen Domänen aufgebaut ist. Obgleich die Linker-Domäne, die zwischen der aminoterminal davon gelegenen DNA-Binde- und der carboxyterminal positionierten SH2-Domäne lokalisiert ist, eine...

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Main Author: Staab, Julia
Contributors: Essen, Lars-Oliver (Prof. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Language:German
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2011
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