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Journal of Virology
The v-mos protein, termed p37v-ms, has a closely associated serine/threonine protein kinase activity. To provide further information about its protein kinase activity, we tested the activity of p37V-"s produced in a cell-free translation system from transcripts generated from a cloned v-mos gene. Anti-mos(37-55) immunoprecipitates of in vitro-produced p37V-?Os were found to possess serine/threonine protein kinase activity, whereas those obtained with anti-mos(260-271), known to block v-mosdoi:10.1128/jvi.64.6.3093-3096.1990 fatcat:verpbynhsfgrphzsf2fcxmpnfu