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Production and analysis of titin kinase : Exploiting active/inactive kinase homologs in pseudokinase validation

Production and analysis of titin kinase : Exploiting active/inactive kinase homologs in pseudokinase validation

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BOGOMOLOVAS, Julius, Peter GRAVENHORST, Olga MAYANS, 2022. Production and analysis of titin kinase : Exploiting active/inactive kinase homologs in pseudokinase validation. In: JURA, Natalia, ed., James M. MURPHY, ed.. Pseudokinases. Cambridge, MA:Academic Press, pp. 147-181. ISBN 978-0-323-91541-0. Available under: doi: 10.1016/bs.mie.2022.03.028

@incollection{Bogomolovas2022Produ-58007, title={Production and analysis of titin kinase : Exploiting active/inactive kinase homologs in pseudokinase validation}, year={2022}, doi={10.1016/bs.mie.2022.03.028}, number={667}, isbn={978-0-323-91541-0}, address={Cambridge, MA}, publisher={Academic Press}, series={Methods in Enzymology}, booktitle={Pseudokinases}, pages={147--181}, editor={Jura, Natalia and Murphy, James M.}, author={Bogomolovas, Julius and Gravenhorst, Peter and Mayans, Olga} }

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