Protein kinase CK1δ phosphorylates key sites in the acidic domain of murine double-minute clone 2 protein (MDM2) that regulate p53 turnover

Markus Winter, Diane Milne, Sylvia Dias, Roman Kulikov, Uwe Knippschild, Christine Blattner, David Meek

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