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Identifiers and Description
Gene Model Identifier
MRNO53 (Membrane Occupation and Recognition Nexus protein other)
PreTt19713 | 91.m00128 | RSK1
Protein with predicted MORN domains localized throughout the protein and/or associated with other domains having a predicted function.
Protein kinase domain containing protein.
RAD53 Protein kinase, required
for cell-cycle arrest in resp
onse to DNA damage; activated
by trans autophosphorylation w
hen interacting with hyperphos
phorylated Rad9p; also interac
ts with ARS1 and plays a role
in initiation of DNA replicati
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