Docking proteins


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Abstract

Docking proteins comprise a distinct category of intracellular, noncatalytic signalling protein, that function downstream of a variety of receptor and receptor-associated tyrosine kinases and regulate diverse physiological and pathological processes. The growth factor receptor bound 2-associated binder/Daughter of Sevenless, insulin receptor substrate, fibroblast growth factor receptor substrate 2 and downstream of tyrosine kinases protein families fall into this category. This minireview focuses on the structure, function and regulation of these proteins.

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