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Crystal structure of compound 4a in complex with cdk5, showing an unusual binding mode to the hinge region via a water molecule
Biology and Chemistry Report
4AU8
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    Structure Keywords

    Keywords TRANSFERASE
    Text TRANSFERASE, CDK2, ALZHEIMER DISEASE

    Polymeric Molecules

    Chain A,B
    Description CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE 5 
    Fragment RESIDUES 2-292 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 33623.0 
    Source Method genetically manipulated  
    Entity Name CELL DIVISION PROTEIN KINASE 5, SERINE/THREONINE-PROTEIN KINASE PSSALRE, TAU PROTEIN KINASE II CATALYTIC SUBUNIT, TPKII CATALYTIC SUBUNIT 

    Ligands and Prosthetic Groups

    ID Name Chemical Formula Weight Ligand Structure
    IMD  IMIDAZOLE  C3 H5 N2   69.09  View 
    SO4  SULFATE ION  O4 S   96.06  View 
    Z3R  4-(1,3-benzothiazol-2-yl)thiophene-2-sulfonamide  C11 H8 N2 O2 S3   296.39  View 
     
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    UniProtKB Information

    Chain SWS/UNP ID SWS/UNP Accession(s)
    A,B CDK5_HUMAN A1XKG3     

    Keywords and Names

    Chain(s) RCSB Name UniProtKB Name UniProtKB Keywords

    EC, Associated Pathways and Catalytic Sites

    Chain(s) IUBMB KEGG BioCyc
    A B  2.7.11.22      
    C: Cellular Location | F: Molecular Function | P: Biological Process
    Chain A,B
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    1764   Neuron Migration  The Characteristic Movement of an Immature Neuron From Germinal Zones to Specific Positions Where They Will Reside As They Mature. 
    1963   Synaptic Transmission Dopaminergic  The Process of Communication From a Neuron to Another Neuron Across a Synapse Using the Neurotransmitter Dopamine. 
    6468   Protein Phosphorylation  The Process of Introducing a Phosphate Group On to a Protein. 
    6886   Intracellular Protein Transport  The Directed Movement of Proteins in a Cell Including the Movement of Proteins Between Specific Compartments or Structures Within a Cell Such As Organelles of a Eukaryotic Cell. 
    6887   Exocytosis  A Process of Secretion by a Cell That Results in the Release of Intracellular Molecules (e.g. Hormones Matrix Proteins) Contained Within a Membrane Bounded Vesicle by Fusion of the Vesicle with the Plasma Membrane of a Cell. This Is the Process in Which Most Molecules Are Secreted From Eukaryotic Cells. 
    6913   Nucleocytoplasmic Transport  The Directed Movement of Molecules Between the Nucleus and the Cytoplasm. 
    6915   Apoptotic Process  A Programmed Cell Death Process Which Begins When a Cell Receives an Internal (e.g. DNA Damage) or External Signal (e.g. an Extracellular Death Ligand) and Proceeds Through a Series of Biochemical Events (signaling Pathway Phase) Which Trigger an Execution Phase. the Execution Phase Is the Last Step of an Apoptotic Process and Is Typically Characterized by Rounding Up of the Cell Retraction of Pseudopodes Reduction of Cellular Volume (pyknosis) Chromatin Condensation Nuclear Fragmentation (karyorrhexis) Plasma Membrane Blebbing and Fragmentation of the Cell Into Apoptotic Bodies. When the Execution Phase Is Completed the Cell Has Died. 
    7049   Cell Cycle  The Progression of Biochemical and Morphological Phases and Events That Occur in a Cell During Successive Cell Replication or Nuclear Replication Events. Canonically the Cell Cycle Comprises the Replication and Segregation of Genetic Material Followed by the Division of the Cell But in Endocycles or Syncytial Cells Nuclear Replication or Nuclear Division May Not Be Followed by Cell Division. 
    7160   Cell Matrix Adhesion  The Binding of a Cell to the Extracellular Matrix Via Adhesion Molecules. 
    7268   Synaptic Transmission  The Process of Communication From a Neuron to a Target (neuron Muscle or Secretory Cell) Across a Synapse. 
    7399   Nervous System Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of Nervous Tissue Over Time From Its Formation to Its Mature State. 
    7409   Axonogenesis  De Novo Generation of a Long Process of a Neuron That Carries Efferent (outgoing) Action Potentials From the Cell Body Towards Target Cells. Refers to the Morphogenesis or Creation of Shape or Form of the Developing Axon. 
    7411   Axon Guidance  The Chemotaxis Process That Directs the Migration of an Axon Growth Cone to a Specific Target Site in Response to a Combination of Attractive and Repulsive Cues. 
    7416   Synapse Assembly  The Aggregation Arrangement and Bonding Together of a Set of Components to Form a Synapse. 
    7519   Skeletal Muscle Tissue Development  The Developmental Sequence of Events Leading to the Formation of Adult Skeletal Muscle Tissue. the Main Events Are: the Fusion of Myoblasts to Form Myotubes That Increase in Size by Further Fusion to Them of Myoblasts the Formation of Myofibrils Within Their Cytoplasm and the Establishment of Functional Neuromuscular Junctions with Motor Neurons. At This Stage They Can Be Regarded As Mature Muscle Fibers. 
    7596   Blood Coagulation  The Sequential Process in Which the Multiple Coagulation Factors of the Blood Interact Ultimately Resulting in the Formation of an Insoluble Fibrin Clot; It May Be Divided Into Three Stages: Stage 1 the Formation of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Prothrombin Converting Principle; Stage 2 the Formation of Thrombin; Stage 3 the Formation of Stable Fibrin Polymers. 
    8045   Motor Neuron Axon Guidance  The Process in Which the Migration of an Axon Growth Cone of a Motor Neuron Is Directed to a Specific Target Site in Response to a Combination of Attractive and Repulsive Cues. 
    8283   Cell Proliferation  The Multiplication or Reproduction of Cells Resulting in the Expansion of a Cell Population. 
    8306   Associative Learning  Learning by Associating a Stimulus (the Cause) with a Particular Outcome (the Effect). 
    8542   Visual Learning  Any Process in an Organism in Which a Change in Behavior of an Individual Occurs in Response to Repeated Exposure to a Visual Cue. 
    9611   Response to Wounding  Any Process That Results in a Change in State or Activity of a Cell or an Organism (in Terms of Movement Secretion Enzyme Production Gene Expression Etc.) As a Result of a Stimulus Indicating Damage to the Organism. 
    9790   Embryo Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of an Embryo From Its Formation Until the End of Its Embryonic Life Stage. the End of the Embryonic Stage Is Organism Specific. For Example For Mammals the Process Would Begin with Zygote Formation and End with Birth. For Insects the Process Would Begin At Zygote Formation and End with Larval Hatching. For Plant Zygotic Embryos This Would Be From Zygote Formation to the End of Seed Dormancy. For Plant Vegetative Embryos This Would Be From the Initial Determination of the Cell or Group of Cells to Form an Embryo Until the Point When the Embryo Becomes Independent of the Parent Plant. 
    14044   Schwann Cell Development  The Process Aimed At the Progression of a Schwann Cell Over Time From Initial Commitment of the Cell to a Specific Fate to the Fully Functional Differentiated Cell. Schwann Cells Are Found in the Peripheral Nervous System Where They Insulate Neurons and Axons and Regulate the Environment in Which Neurons Function. 
    16079   Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis  Fusion of Intracellular Membrane Bounded Vesicles with the Pre Synaptic Membrane of the Neuronal Cell Resulting in Release of Neurotransmitter Into the Synaptic Cleft. 
    16310   Phosphorylation  The Process of Introducing a Phosphate Group Into a Molecule Usually with the Formation of a Phosphoric Ester a Phosphoric Anhydride or a Phosphoric Amide. 
    16477   Cell Migration  The Controlled Self Propelled Movement of a Cell From One Site to a Destination Guided by Molecular Cues. Cell Migration Is a Central Process in the Development and Maintenance of Multicellular Organisms. 
    18105   Peptidyl Serine Phosphorylation  The Phosphorylation of Peptidyl Serine to Form Peptidyl O Phospho L Serine. 
    18107   Peptidyl Threonine Phosphorylation  The Phosphorylation of Peptidyl Threonine to Form Peptidyl O Phospho L Threonine. 
    19233   Sensory Perception of Pain  The Series of Events Required For an Organism to Receive a Painful Stimulus Convert It to a Molecular Signal and Recognize and Characterize the Signal. Pain Is Medically Defined As the Physical Sensation of Discomfort or Distress Caused by Injury or Illness So Can Hence Be Described As a Harmful Stimulus Which Signals Current (or Impending) Tissue Damage. Pain May Come From Extremes of Temperature Mechanical Damage Electricity or From Noxious Chemical Substances. This Is a Neurological Process. 
    21537   Telencephalon Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Telencephalon Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Telencephalon Is the Paired Anteriolateral Division of the Prosencephalon Plus the Lamina Terminalis From Which the Olfactory Lobes Cerebral Cortex and Subcortical Nuclei Are Derived. 
    21549   Cerebellum Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Cerebellum Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Cerebellum Is the Portion of the Brain in the Back of the Head Between the Cerebrum and the Pons. in Mice the Cerebellum Controls Balance For Walking and Standing Modulates the Force and Range of Movement and Is Involved in the Learning of Motor Skills. 
    21695   Cerebellar Cortex Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Cerebellar Cortex Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Cerebellar Cortex Is a Thin Mantle of Gray Matter That Covers the Surface of Each Cerebral Hemisphere. It Has a Characteristic Morphology with Convolutions (gyri) and Crevices (sulci) That Have Specific Functions. Six Layers of Nerve Cells and the Nerve Pathways That Connect Them Comprise the Cerebellar Cortex. Together These Regions Are Responsible For the Processes of Conscious Thought Perception Emotion and Memory As Well As Advanced Motor Function. 
    21697   Cerebellar Cortex Formation  The Process That Gives Rise to the Cerebellar Cortex. This Process Pertains to the Initial Formation of a Structure From Unspecified Parts. the Cerebellar Cortex Is a Thin Mantle of Gray Matter That Covers the Surface of Each Cerebral Hemisphere. It Has a Characteristic Morphology with Convolutions (gyri) and Crevices (sulci) That Have Specific Functions. Six Layers of Nerve Cells and the Nerve Pathways That Connect Them Comprise the Cerebellar Cortex. Together These Regions Are Responsible For the Processes of Conscious Thought Perception Emotion and Memory As Well As Advanced Motor Function. 
    21766   Hippocampus Development  The Progression of the Hippocampus Over Time From Its Initial Formation Until Its Mature State. 
    21819   Layer Formation in Cerebral Cortex  The Detachment of Cells From Radial Glial Fibers At the Appropriate Time When They Cease to Migrate and Form Distinct Layer in the Cerebral Cortex. 
    21954   Central Nervous System Neuron Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of a Neuron Whose Cell Body Is Located in the Central Nervous System From Initial Commitment of the Cell to a Neuronal Fate to the Fully Functional Differentiated Neuron. 
    21987   Cerebral Cortex Development  The Progression of the Cerebral Cortex Over Time From Its Initial Formation Until Its Mature State. the Cerebral Cortex Is the Outer Layered Region of the Telencephalon. 
    22038   Corpus Callosum Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Corpus Callosum Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Corpus Callosum Is a Thick Bundle of Nerve Fibers Comprising a Commissural Plate Connecting the Two Cerebral Hemispheres. It Consists of Contralateral Axon Projections That Provide Communication Between the Right and Left Cerebral Hemispheres. 
    30182   Neuron Differentiation  The Process in Which a Relatively Unspecialized Cell Acquires Specialized Features of a Neuron. 
    30334   Regulation of Cell Migration  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cell Migration. 
    30517   Negative Regulation of Axon Extension  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Axon Outgrowth. 
    30866   Cortical Actin Cytoskeleton Organization  A Process That Is Carried Out At the Cellular Level Which Results in the Assembly Arrangement of Constituent Parts or Disassembly of Actin Based Cytoskeletal Structures in the Cell Cortex I.e. Just Beneath the Plasma Membrane. 
    30900   Forebrain Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Forebrain Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Forebrain Is the Anterior of the Three Primary Divisions of the Developing Chordate Brain or the Corresponding Part of the Adult Brain (in Vertebrates Includes Especially the Cerebral Hemispheres the Thalamus and the Hypothalamus and Especially in Higher Vertebrates Is the Main Control Center For Sensory and Associative Information Processing Visceral Functions and Voluntary Motor Functions). 
    31175   Neuron Projection Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of a Neuron Projection Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. a Neuron Projection Is Any Process Extending From a Neural Cell Such As Axons or Dendrites (collectively Called Neurites). 
    31397   Negative Regulation of Protein Ubiquitination  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of the Addition of Ubiquitin Groups to a Protein. 
    31914   Negative Regulation of Synaptic Plasticity  A Process That Decreases Synaptic Plasticity the Ability of Synapses to Change As Circumstances Require. They May Alter Function Such As Increasing or Decreasing Their Sensitivity or They May Increase or Decrease in Actual Numbers. 
    32092   Positive Regulation of Protein Binding  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Protein Binding. 
    32801   Receptor Catabolic Process  The Chemical Reactions and Pathways Resulting in the Breakdown of a Receptor Molecule a Macromolecule That Undergoes Combination with a Hormone Neurotransmitter Drug or Intracellular Messenger to Initiate a Change in Cell Function. 
    33136   Serine Phosphorylation of Stat3 Protein  The Process of Introducing a Phosphate Group to a Serine Residue of the Stat3 Protein. 
    35249   Synaptic Transmission Glutamatergic  The Process of Communication From a Neuron to Another Neuron Across a Synapse Using the Neurotransmitter Glutamate. 
    35418   Protein Localization to Synapse  Any Process in Which a Protein Is Transported to And/or Maintained At the Synapse the Junction Between a Nerve Fiber of One Neuron and Another Neuron or Muscle Fiber or Glial Cell. 
    42220   Response to Cocaine  Any Process That Results in a Change in State or Activity of a Cell or an Organism (in Terms of Movement Secretion Enzyme Production Gene Expression Etc.) As a Result of a Cocaine Stimulus. Cocaine Is a Crystalline Alkaloid Obtained From the Leaves of the Coca Plant. 
    42981   Regulation of Apoptotic Process  Any Process That Modulates the Occurrence or Rate of Cell Death by Apoptotic Process. 
    43113   Receptor Clustering  The Receptor Metabolic Process That Results in Grouping of a Set of Receptors At a Cellular Location Often to Amplify the Sensitivity of a Signaling Response. 
    43525   Positive Regulation of Neuron Apoptotic Process  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cell Death of Neurons by Apoptotic Process. 
    45055   Regulated Secretory Pathway  A Process of Exocytosis in Which Soluble Proteins and Other Substances Are Initially Stored in Secretory Vesicles For Later Release. It Is Found Mainly in Cells That Are Specialized For Secreting Products Such As Hormones Neurotransmitters or Digestive Enzymes Rapidly On Demand. 
    45786   Negative Regulation of Cell Cycle  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Rate or Extent of Progression Through the Cell Cycle. 
    45860   Positive Regulation of Protein Kinase Activity  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Protein Kinase Activity. 
    45861   Negative Regulation of Proteolysis  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of the Hydrolysis of a Peptide Bond or Bonds Within a Protein. 
    45892   Negative Regulation of Transcription DNA Templated  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cellular DNA Templated Transcription. 
    45956   Positive Regulation of Calcium Ion Dependent Exocytosis  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Calcium Ion Dependent Exocytosis. 
    46777   Protein Autophosphorylation  The Phosphorylation by a Protein of One or More of Its Own Amino Acid Residues (cis Autophosphorylation) or Residues On an Identical Protein (trans Autophosphorylation). 
    46826   Negative Regulation of Protein Export From Nucleus  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of the Directed Movement of Proteins From the Nucleus Into the Cytoplasm. 
    48148   Behavioral Response to Cocaine  Any Process That Results in a Change in the Behavior of an Organism As a Result of a Cocaine Stimulus. 
    48167   Regulation of Synaptic Plasticity  A Process That Modulates Synaptic Plasticity the Ability of Synapses to Change As Circumstances Require. They May Alter Function Such As Increasing or Decreasing Their Sensitivity or They May Increase or Decrease in Actual Numbers. 
    48488   Synaptic Vesicle Endocytosis  An Endocytosis Process That Results in the Invagination of the Axonal Plasma Membrane to Create a Membrane Bounded Vesicle. This Process Takes Up Excess Membrane That Would Otherwise Accumulate At the Presynaptic Terminal Due to Fusion of Vesicle Membranes During Neurotransmitter Release. the Vesicles Created May Subsequently Be Used For Neurotransmitter Storage and Release. 
    48511   Rhythmic Process  Any Process Pertinent to the Generation and Maintenance of Rhythms in the Physiology of an Organism. 
    48675   Axon Extension  Long Distance Growth of a Single Axon Process Involved in Cellular Development. 
    48709   Oligodendrocyte Differentiation  The Process in Which a Relatively Unspecialized Cell Acquires the Specialized Features of an Oligodendrocyte. an Oligodendrocyte Is a Type of Glial Cell Involved in Myelinating the Axons of Neurons in the Central Nervous System. 
    48812   Neuron Projection Morphogenesis  The Process in Which the Anatomical Structures of a Neuron Projection Are Generated and Organized. a Neuron Projection Is Any Process Extending From a Neural Cell Such As Axons or Dendrites. 
    48813   Dendrite Morphogenesis  The Process in Which the Anatomical Structures of a Dendrite Are Generated and Organized. a Dendrite Is a Freely Branching Protoplasmic Process of a Nerve Cell. 
    51301   Cell Division  The Process Resulting in Division and Partitioning of Components of a Cell to Form More Cells; May or May Not Be Accompanied by the Physical Separation of a Cell Into Distinct Individually Membrane Bounded Daughter Cells. 
    51402   Neuron Apoptotic Process  Any Apoptotic Process in a Neuron the Basic Cellular Unit of Nervous Tissue. Each Neuron Consists of a Body an Axon and Dendrites. Their Purpose Is to Receive Conduct and Transmit Impulses in the Nervous System. 
    60078   Regulation of Postsynaptic Membrane Potential  Any Process That Modulates the Establishment or Extent of the Postsynaptic Membrane Potential Which Is Generated by Changes in the Membrane Potential of the Post Synaptic Neuron That Receives Information At a Synapse. the Presynaptic Neuron Releases Neurotransmitters Into the Synaptic Cleft Which Bind to Receptors On the Postsynaptic Neuron. After Being Bound by the Neurotransmitters These Receptors Can Open or Close an Ion Channel Allowing Ions to Enter or Leave the Cell and Therefore Altering the Membrane Potential of the Postsynaptic Neuron. 
    60079   Regulation of Excitatory Postsynaptic Membrane Potential  Any Process That Modulates the Establishment or Extent of the Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential (epsp) Which Is a Temporary Increase in Postsynaptic Potential Due to the Flow of Positively Charged Ions Into the Postsynaptic Cell. the Flow of Ions That Causes an Epsp Is an Excitatory Postsynaptic Current (epsc) and Makes It Easier For the Neuron to Fire an Action Potential. 
    61001   Regulation of Dendritic Spine Morphogenesis  Any Process That Modulates the Rate Frequency or Extent of Dendritic Spine Morphogenesis the Process in Which the Anatomical Structures of a Dendritic Spine Are Generated and Organized. a Dendritic Spine Is a Protrusion From a Dendrite and a Specialized Subcellular Compartment Involved in Synaptic Transmission. 
    70509   Calcium Ion Import  The Directed Movement of Calcium Ions Into a Cell or Organelle. 
    71156   Regulation of Cell Cycle Arrest  Any Process That Modulates the Rate Frequency or Extent of Cell Cycle Arrest the Process in Which the Cell Cycle Is Halted During One of the Normal Phases. 
    90314   Positive Regulation of Protein Targeting to Membrane  Any Process That Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of the Process of Directing Proteins Towards a Membrane Usually Using Signals Contained Within the Protein. 
    1901215   Negative Regulation of Neuron Death  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Neuron Death. 
    1903421   Regulation of Synaptic Vesicle Recycling  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Synaptic Vesicle Recycling. 
    2000251   Positive Regulation of Actin Cytoskeleton Reorganization  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Actin Cytoskeleton Reorganization. 
    2000273   Positive Regulation of Receptor Activity  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Receptor Activity. 
    5634   Nucleus  A Membrane Bounded Organelle of Eukaryotic Cells in Which Chromosomes Are Housed and Replicated. in Most Cells the Nucleus Contains All of the Cell's Chromosomes Except the Organellar Chromosomes and Is the Site of RNA Synthesis and Processing. in Some Species or in Specialized Cell Types RNA Metabolism or DNA Replication May Be Absent. 
    5737   Cytoplasm  All of the Contents of a Cell Excluding the Plasma Membrane and Nucleus But Including Other Subcellular Structures. 
    5829   Cytosol  The Part of the Cytoplasm That Does Not Contain Organelles But Which Does Contain Other Particulate Matter Such As Protein Complexes. 
    5856   Cytoskeleton  Any of the Various Filamentous Elements That Form the Internal Framework of Cells and Typically Remain After Treatment of the Cells with Mild Detergent to Remove Membrane Constituents and Soluble Components of the Cytoplasm. the Term Embraces Intermediate Filaments Microfilaments Microtubules the Microtrabecular Lattice and Other Structures Characterized by a Polymeric Filamentous Nature and Long Range Order Within the Cell. the Various Elements of the Cytoskeleton Not Only Serve in the Maintenance of Cellular Shape But Also Have Roles in Other Cellular Functions Including Cellular Movement Cell Division Endocytosis and Movement of Organelles. 
    5886   Plasma Membrane  The Membrane Surrounding a Cell That Separates the Cell From Its External Environment. It Consists of a Phospholipid Bilayer and Associated Proteins. 
    14069   Postsynaptic Density  The Postsynaptic Density Is a Region That Lies Adjacent to the Cytoplasmic Face of the Postsynaptic Membrane At Excitatory Synapse. It Forms a Disc That Consists of a Range of Proteins with Different Functions Some of Which Contact the Cytoplasmic Domains of Ion Channels in the Postsynaptic Membrane. the Proteins Making Up the Disc Include Receptors and Structural Proteins Linked to the Actin Cytoskeleton. They Also Include Signalling Machinery Such As Protein Kinases and Phosphatases. the Postsynaptic Density May Be Part of a Neuron or a Muscle Cell or a Glial Cell. 
    16020   Membrane  Double Layer of Lipid Molecules That Encloses All Cells and in Eukaryotes Many Organelles; May Be a Single or Double Lipid Bilayer; Also Includes Associated Proteins. 
    16533   Cyclin Dependent Protein Kinase 5 Holoenzyme Complex  A Protein Complex That Activates Cyclin Dependent Kinase 5; Composed of Regulatory and Catalytic Subunits. 
    30027   Lamellipodium  A Thin Sheetlike Process Extended by the Leading Edge of a Crawling Fibroblast; Contains a Dense Meshwork of Actin Filaments. 
    30054   Cell Junction  A Cellular Component That Forms a Specialized Region of Connection Between Two Cells or Between a Cell and the Extracellular Matrix. At a Cell Junction Anchoring Proteins Extend Through the Plasma Membrane to Link Cytoskeletal Proteins in One Cell to Cytoskeletal Proteins in Neighboring Cells or to Proteins in the Extracellular Matrix. 
    30175   Filopodium  Thin Stiff Protrusion Extended by the Leading Edge of a Motile Cell Such As a Crawling Fibroblast or Amoeba or an Axonal or Dendritic Growth Cone or a Dendritic Shaft. 
    30424   Axon  The Long Process of a Neuron That Conducts Nerve Impulses Usually Away From the Cell Body to the Terminals and Varicosities Which Are Sites of Storage and Release of Neurotransmitter. 
    30425   Dendrite  A Neuron Projection That Has a Short Tapering Often Branched Morphology Receives and Integrates Signals From Other Neurons or From Sensory Stimuli and Conducts a Nerve Impulse Towards the Axon or the Cell Body. in Most Neurons the Impulse Is Conveyed From Dendrites to Axon Via the Cell Body But in Some Types of Unipolar Neuron the Impulse Does Not Travel Via the Cell Body. 
    30426   Growth Cone  The Migrating Motile Tip of a Growing Nerve Cell Axon or Dendrite. 
    31594   Neuromuscular Junction  The Junction Between the Axon of a Motor Neuron and a Muscle Fiber. in Response to the Arrival of Action Potentials the Presynaptic Button Releases Molecules of Neurotransmitters Into the Synaptic Cleft. These Diffuse Across the Cleft and Transmit the Signal to the Postsynaptic Membrane of the Muscle Fiber Leading to a Change in Post Synaptic Potential. 
    42995   Cell Projection  A Prolongation or Process Extending From a Cell E.g. a Flagellum or Axon. 
    43025   Neuronal Cell Body  The Portion of a Neuron That Includes the Nucleus But Excludes Cell Projections Such As Axons and Dendrites. 
    43204   Perikaryon  The Portion of the Cell Soma (cell Body) That Excludes the Nucleus. 
    45202   Synapse  The Junction Between a Nerve Fiber of One Neuron and Another Neuron or Muscle Fiber or Glial Cell; the Site of Interneuronal Communication. As the Nerve Fiber Approaches the Synapse It Enlarges Into a Specialized Structure the Presynaptic Nerve Ending Which Contains Mitochondria and Synaptic Vesicles. At the Tip of the Nerve Ending Is the Presynaptic Membrane; Facing It and Separated From It by a Minute Cleft (the Synaptic Cleft) Is a Specialized Area of Membrane On the Receiving Cell Known As the Postsynaptic Membrane. in Response to the Arrival of Nerve Impulses the Presynaptic Nerve Ending Secretes Molecules of Neurotransmitters Into the Synaptic Cleft. These Diffuse Across the Cleft and Transmit the Signal to the Postsynaptic Membrane. 
    45211   Postsynaptic Membrane  A Specialized Area of Membrane Facing the Presynaptic Membrane On the Tip of the Nerve Ending and Separated From It by a Minute Cleft (the Synaptic Cleft). Neurotransmitters Across the Synaptic Cleft and Transmit the Signal to the Postsynaptic Membrane. 
    166   Nucleotide Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with a Nucleotide Any Compound Consisting of a Nucleoside That Is Esterified with (ortho)phosphate or an Oligophosphate At Any Hydroxyl Group On the Ribose or Deoxyribose. 
    2039   P53 Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with One of the P53 Family of Proteins. 
    4672   Protein Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Phosphorylation of an Amino Acid Residue in a Protein Usually According to the Reaction: a Protein + ATP = a Phosphoprotein + Adp. 
    4674   Protein Serine/threonine Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Reactions: ATP + Protein Serine = Adp + Protein Serine Phosphate and ATP + Protein Threonine = Adp + Protein Threonine Phosphate. 
    4693   Cyclin Dependent Protein Serine/threonine Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Reactions: ATP + Protein Serine = Adp + Protein Serine Phosphate and ATP + Protein Threonine = Adp + Protein Threonine Phosphate. This Reaction Requires the Binding of a Regulatory Cyclin Subunit and Full Activity Requires Stimulatory Phosphorylation by a Cdk Activating Kinase (cak). 
    5176   Erbb 2 Class Receptor Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with the Protein Tyrosine Kinase Receptor Neu/erbb 2/her2. 
    5515   Protein Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Any Protein or Protein Complex (a Complex of Two or More Proteins That May Include Other Nonprotein Molecules). 
    5524   ATP Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with ATP Adenosine 5' Triphosphate a Universally Important Coenzyme and Enzyme Regulator. 
    8092   Cytoskeletal Protein Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Any Protein Component of Any Cytoskeleton (actin Microtubule or Intermediate Filament Cytoskeleton). 
    16301   Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Phosphate Group Usually From ATP to a Substrate Molecule. 
    16740   Transferase Activity  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Group E.g. a Methyl Group Glycosyl Group Acyl Group Phosphorus Containing or Other Groups From One Compound (generally Regarded As the Donor) to Another Compound (generally Regarded As the Acceptor). Transferase Is the Systematic Name For Any Enzyme of EC Class 2. 
    16772   Transferase Activity Transferring Phosphorus Containing Groups  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Phosphorus Containing Group From One Compound (donor) to Another (acceptor). 
    30549   Acetylcholine Receptor Activator Activity  Interacting (directly or Indirectly) with Acetylcholine Receptors Such That the Proportion of Receptors in the Active Form Is Increased. 
    43125   Erbb 3 Class Receptor Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with the Protein Tyrosine Kinase Receptor Erbb 3/her3. 
    46875   Ephrin Receptor Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an Ephrin Receptor. 
    50321   Tau Protein Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Reaction: ATP + Tau Protein = Adp + O Phospho Tau Protein. 


     
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    Genetic Source

    Chain A,B
    Common Name Human
    Scientific Name Homo sapiens  
    Host Common Name Fall Armyworm
    Host Scientific Name Spodoptera frugiperda  
    Host Cell Line Sf9
    Host Vector Type Baculovirus
    Host Plasmid Name PFASTBACHTB


    Genome Information

    Chromosome Locus Gene ID Gene Name Symbol
    7 7q36 1020     cyclin-dependent kinase 5 CDK5