Carbohydrate Kinases

Carbohydrate Kinases

Protein Kinases are a family of pivotal enzymes with 518 members implicated in various cell signaling pathways, constituting over 2% of the human genome. Kinases exert their roles by phosphorylating their respective physiological substrates. They catalyze the transfer of γ-phosphate from ATP or GTP to the hydroxyl groups of serine, threonine and tyrosine residues on the substrate proteins or the glycosyl moieties in lipids. Deregulation of Kinase could lead to the changes in enzymatic activity and/or expression, subcellular localization, the stability of kinase, protein-protein interactions. Aberrant regulation of Kinase-mediated signaling pathways is responsible for all major human pathological conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases and metabolic disorders.

SignalChem offers a broad range of recombinant protein and lipid Kinases of superior purity and activity to assist the global academic research and drug discovery efforts with the focus on Kinases. Its active Kinase product line is one of the most comprehensive in the world in terms of the coverage and has been utilized by many pharmaceutical companies in their drug discovery programs. An in-house product development team with over 100 years of combined experience in Kinase biochemistry is behind the production and quality control of all the Kinase-related products as well as assay development.

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Name Catalog Number
PFKFB1, Active P321-10G
PFKFB2 Protein P322-30G
PFKFB3, Active P323-10G
PFKFB4, Active P324-11G
POMK (SGK196) Protein S55-34G
Uridylate Kinase UK05-E311H



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