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Protein (NX_P23443)
Protein
Gene SymbolRPS6KB1 to neXtProt (NX_P23443)
DescriptionRibosomal protein S6 kinase beta-1
Gene
Ontologies
GO: Biological Process GO: Mulecular Function GO: Cellular Component
.negative regulation of extrinsic apoptotic signaling pathway
.cellular response to growth factor stimulus
.response to glucocorticoid
.positive regulation of smooth muscle cell proliferation
.positive regulation of skeletal muscle tissue growth
.phosphatidylinositol-mediated signaling
.negative regulation of insulin receptor signaling pathway
.regulation of glucose import
.positive regulation of translational initiation
.positive regulation of mitotic cell cycle
.positive regulation of translation
.response to ethanol
.protein kinase B signaling
.response to leucine
.negative regulation of apoptotic process
.response to drug
.response to tumor necrosis factor
.response to glucagon
.response to testosterone
.response to lipopolysaccharide
.TOR signaling
.cell migration
.positive regulation of smooth muscle cell migration
.response to electrical stimulus involved in regulation of muscle adaptation
.skeletal muscle atrophy
.response to glucose
.response to toxic substance
.response to mechanical stimulus
.response to wounding
.response to heat
.insulin receptor signaling pathway
.long-term memory
.response to nutrient
.aging
.germ cell development
.signal transduction
.apoptotic process
.protein phosphorylation
.skeletal muscle contraction
.G1/S transition of mitotic cell cycle
.peptide binding
.ATP binding
.protein serine/threonine/tyrosine kinase activity
.ribosomal protein S6 kinase activity
.protein kinase activity
.perinuclear region of cytoplasm
.synapse
.neuron projection
.cell junction
.cell surface
.cytosol
.mitochondrial outer membrane
.mitochondrion
.cytoplasm
.nucleoplasm
.nucleus


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