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Peptides That Modulate Interaction Between PKC and RACK


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93-168


Abstract


Dr. Daria Mochly-Rosen and colleagues have developed methods to identify peptides that modulate the interaction between PKC and RACK. Also described are specific peptides that do modulate this interaction.

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  • Potential therapeutic development of peptides

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  • Development of specific protein-protein interaction modulators

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Date Released

 8/26/2013
 

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