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cGMP Dependent Kinase Inhibitor Peptide is a competitive inhibitor of cGMP-dependent protein kinase (PKG); analog of a substrate peptide corresponding to a phosphorylation site of histone H2B. Competes with synthetic substrates (Ki = 86 mM) but does not inhibit phosphorylation of intact histones by PKG. Inhibits phosphorylation of intact histones by PKA.
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Bhatnagar et al (1988) Synthetic peptide analogues differentially alter the binding affinities of cyclic nucleotide dependent protein kinases for nucleotide substrates. Biochemistry 27 1988 PMID: 2837278
Glass (1983) Differential responses of cyclic GMP-dependent and cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinases to synthetic peptide inhibitors. Biochem.J. 213 159 PMID: 6615418
Glass et al (1986) Differential and common recognition of the catalytic sites of the cGMP-dependent and cAMP-dependent protein kinases by inhibitory peptides derived from the heat-stable inhibitor protein. J.Biol.Chem. 261 12166 PMID: 3017964
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We examined the regulatory mechanism of the PKG holoenzymes. The development of cGMP-independent peptide activators of PKG I alpha, derived from this helical segment was found bridging the regulatory and catalytic domains.
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