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Alpha-protein kinase

Kinase that recognizes phosphorylation sites in which the surrounding peptides have an alpha-helical conformation.

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Alpha-protein kinase 2

Also known as Alpha-protein kinase 2 (Heart alpha-protein kinase).
AlphaK2: Kinase that recognizes phosphorylation sites in which the surrounding peptides have an alpha-helical conformation. Belongs to the protein kinase superfamily. Alpha-type protein kinase family. ALPK subfamily.

Protein type: ATYPICAL group; Alpha family; EC 2.7.11.-; Kinase, protein; Protein kinase, atypical

Cellular Component: cytoplasm; nucleoplasm

Molecular Function: protein serine/threonine kinase activity

Alpha-protein kinase 3

Also known as Alpha-protein kinase 3 (Muscle alpha-protein kinase).
AlphaK1: Kinase that recognizes phosphorylation sites in which the surrounding peptides have an alpha-helical conformation. Plays a role in cardiomyocyte differentiation. Belongs to the protein kinase superfamily. Alpha-type protein kinase family. ALPK subfamily.

Protein type: ATYPICAL group; Alpha family; EC 2.7.11.-; Kinase, protein; Protein kinase, atypical

Chromosomal Location of Human Ortholog: 15q25.2

Cellular Component: nucleus

Biological Process: heart development

Alpha-protein kinase vwkA

Also known as Alpha-protein kinase vwkA (von Willebrand factor A alpha-kinase) (vWF kinase).
Displays a modest preference for threonine over serine residues. Does not phosphorylate myosin II, however can phosphorylate MBP, in vitro. May be involved in the regulation of myosin II function during cytokinesis. Overexpression leads to impaired cell proliferation in suspension culture and fails to develop beyond the mound stage. Both overexpression and absence of the gene can result in defects in cytokinesis and alterations in myosin II abundance and assembly.

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