Kinases (Tyrosine Specific Protein)

Tyrosine specific kinases form a large family of enzymes that are responsible for catalyzing the transfer of ATP to specific tyrosine residues in target proteins. In turn, the phosphorylation of tyrosine residues causes a change in the function of the protein that they are contained in. They function in a variety of processes, signal transduction pathways, and actions, and may be responsible for key events in the body[1]. Axon Ligands™ that interact with tyrosine specific enzymes that are part of the JAK/STAT signaling pathway have been categorized independently. The remainder of Axon Ligands™ that lack interactions with tyrosine kinases of this particular signaling pathway are listed here, grouped on the basis of their selectivity.


[1] Receptor tyrosine kinase signaling: a view from quantitative proteomics. J. Dengjel,I. Kratchmarova, B. Blagoev. Mol. Biosyst. 2009, 5, 1112-1121.

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2366 NG 25 trihydrochloride Type II inhibitor of TAK1 (MAP3K7) and MAP4K2 (GCK) €75.00
2107 PF 431396 Dual FAK(PTK2) and PYK2 inhibitor €80.00

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