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Tyrosine Phosphoprotein Phosphatases, Second Edition

  •  ISBN-10 0-19-850247-8

  •  ISBN-13 978-0-19-850247-0

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publication info   B.J. Goldstein, ed., Oxford University Press, 1998, 272 pp., soft cover
mfr. no.   Oxford University Press

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This edition provides a practical and accessible guide to this major family of proteins with particularly important insights into their molecular biology, biochemistry, and role in cellular physiology. Topics include the sequence, structure, and biochemical properties of PTPases, regulation of PTPase expression, substrate preferences and catalytic mechanisms, physiology, covalent modification, modification by chemical agents and proteolysis, and interactions with other proteins, peptides, and macromolecules. Featuring comprehensive coverage of the subject, including an extensive bibliography, this volume will provide an important resource for researchers and graduate students in molecular biology and biochemistry

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1. Introduction
2. Protein-tyrosine phosphatases
3. Patterns and Regulation of PTPase Expression
4. Biochemical Studies and PTPase Catalytic Activity
5. Covalent Modification of PTPases
6. Modification of PTPases with other Proteins, Peptides and Macromolecules
7. Interactions of PTPases with other Proteins, Peptides and Macromolecules
8. The Physiology of PTPases
9. Bibliography

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