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  • {{Image|Tyrosine stick figure.jpg|right|150px|'''Tyrosine''', a common amino acid.}} ...rylation events are central to many [[cell-signalling]] pathways. Although tyrosine is [[hydrophobic]] and the side chain is mostly buried in proteins, it is
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tyrosine kinase]]
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  • ...involved in [[Signal transduction|cell signaling]] pathways (this includes tyrosine kinases themselves), usually in a cascade of phosphorylation events in whi ...evel. In dividing cells, it is abundant. An extraordinarily high amount of tyrosine phosphorylation is also seen in cancer cells and in cases of inflammation
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  • ...adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to the hydroxyl oxygen atom on the amino acid tyrosine.
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|Receptor tyrosine kinase}} {{r|Leukocyte tyrosine kinase receptor||**}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tyrosine kinase]]
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  • ...adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to the hydroxyl oxygen atom on the amino acid tyrosine.
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  • ...precursor for the biosynthesis of the [[amino acid]]s [[phenylalanine]], [[tyrosine]] and [[tryptophan]].
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  • A family of intracellular tyrosine kinases that participate in the signaling cascade of cytokines by associat
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  • A cell surface protein-tyrosine kinase receptor that is found to be overexpressed in a significant number
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  • ...and [[hormone]]s, chemically ortho-dihydroxyphenylalkylamines derived from tyrosine, with important members including [[epinephrine]], [[norepinephrine]], and
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  • It is also known as Peptide Tyrosine Tyrosine, or Pancreatic Peptide YY3-36.
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  • (HGFR, MET or c-MET) A receptor tyrosine kinase that is essential for embryonic development and wound healing; is a
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  • ...involved in [[Signal transduction|cell signaling]] pathways (this includes tyrosine kinases themselves), usually in a cascade of phosphorylation events in whi ...evel. In dividing cells, it is abundant. An extraordinarily high amount of tyrosine phosphorylation is also seen in cancer cells and in cases of inflammation
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  • ...hydrated and decarboxylated to provide phenylpyruvate. In the synthesis of tyrosine, this step is an oxidative decarboxylation reaction that leaves the hydrox ...te to PHE TYR.jpg|left|450px|Conversion of chorismate to phenylalanine and tyrosine.}}
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  • {{Image|Tyrosine stick figure.jpg|right|150px|'''Tyrosine''', a common amino acid.}} ...rylation events are central to many [[cell-signalling]] pathways. Although tyrosine is [[hydrophobic]] and the side chain is mostly buried in proteins, it is
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  • ...a class of biologically active substances, derived from the amino acid, [[tyrosine]]. Chemically, they are ortho-dihydroxyphenylalkylamines.
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  • {{r|Receptor tyrosine kinase}} {{r|Leukocyte tyrosine kinase receptor||**}}
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  • *[[Tyrosine kinase]] *[[Tyrosine phosphorylase]]
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • ...se B (PKB) family or Akt is an important downstream signaling component of tyrosine kinase growth factor and G-coupled receptors. Akt/PKB is activated by phos
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  • ...tein]]s. It is one of four [[aromatic]] amino acids with [[histidine]], [[tyrosine]] and [[tryptophan]]. It is very [[hydrophobic]] is found almost exclusiv ...ted and decarboxylated to provide [[phenylpyruvate]]. In the synthesis of tyrosine, this step is an oxidative decarboxylation reaction that leaves the hydrox
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  • ...s one of the four [[aromatic]] amino acids along with [[phenylalanine]], [[tyrosine]] and [[tryptophan]]. At physioligical pH, histidine is usually protonate
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  • ...signed to limit the intake of phenylalanine, as well as supplementing with tyrosine, and can reduce the severity of the symptoms allowing those with the disea
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • ...OH, it is subject to [[phosphorylation]] by [[kinases]]. [[Serine]] and [[tyrosine]] are the only other amino acids with hydroxyl groups on their side chains
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  • ...4734">{{cite journal |author=Robinson DR, Wu YM, Lin SF |title=The protein tyrosine kinase family of the human genome |journal=Oncogene |volume=19 |issue=49 |
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|tyrosine}}
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  • ...four [[aromatic]] amino acids with [[histidine]], [[phenylalanine]] and [[tyrosine]]. It is the most [[hydrophobic]] of the amino acids, and most well-folde
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  • '''Hepatocyte growth factor receptor''' (HGFR) is a [[receptor tyrosine kinase]] that is essential for embryonic development and wound healing. It
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • ...ause it is one of the three amino acids, together with [[threonine]] and [[tyrosine]], that contain a [[hydroxyl]] group (OH) on the side chain. It can be tho
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  • {{r|Tyrosine kinase}}
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  • ...us kinases''', also known as JAK kinases, are "a family of intracellular [[tyrosine kinase]]s that participate in the signaling cascade of cytokines by associ
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • ...The binding of ligand to the receptor causes activation of its intrinsic [[tyrosine kinase]] activity and rapid internalization of the receptor-ligand complex
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  • :From [[phenylalanine]] and [[tyrosine]]
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  • ...pathway) or by [[transmembrane receptor]]s with intrinsic or associated [[tyrosine kinase]] activity. *PLC-γ is activated by [[receptor tyrosine kinase]]s.
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  • e.g., the two protons ortho to hydroxy group in tyrosine are chemically equivalent but they are not magnetically equivalent.
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  • ...-2''', '''HER2/neu''') is a [[cell surface receptor]] that is a "[[protein-tyrosine kinase receptor]] that is found to be overexpressed in a significant numbe
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  • : ''From [[phenylalanine]] and [[tyrosine]] ([[catecholamines]], in the order of their synthesis):'' ...ibitor, hence potentiating its effect. [[AMPT]] prevents the conversion of tyrosine to [[L-DOPA]], the precursor to dopamine; [[reserpine]] prevents dopamine
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • ...+</sup> level. It also inhibits [[adenylate cyclase]] and activate various tyrosine kinases. Effects mediated by the AT<sub>1</sub> receptor include vasoconst
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  • |[[tyrosine|TYR]]
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  • ...]], [[dopamine]]. They are derived from the non-essential [[amino acid]] [[tyrosine]] which is found in casein in milk and cheese. ...messengers epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine are synthesized from tyrosine by a common biosynthetic pathway."<ref name="title">{{MeSH|Receptors, Cate
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  • ...ic encephalopathy among patients with an abnormal and normal serum 3-nitro-tyrosine above 14 nM were 75.0% and 4.0%, respectively. <ref name="pmid21483460"/>
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  • ...c Polypeptide (PP)-fold family, namely PP itself and also peptide tyrosine-tyrosine (PYY), the first gut hormone shown to have appetite-inhibiting properties.
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  • :*[[Tyrosine]] (Tyr, Y)
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  • ''[[Peptide tyrosine tyrosine]]'' (PYY) is a peptide belonging to the [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY) family. P
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  • ...nts are shown to have dramatically increased levels of 2 cytosolic protein tyrosine phosphatases that contain src-homology 2 (SH2): SHP-1 and SHP-2. One hypot
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  • {{r|Tyrosine}}
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  • ...ntly bound to a protein termed [[glycogenin]] as a β-linkage to a surface tyrosine residue. [[Glycogenin]] is a glycosyltransferase and occurs as a dimer in
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  • ...of nine [[amino acid]]s (a nonapeptide). The sequence is [[cysteine]] - [[tyrosine]] - [[isoleucine]] - [[glutamine]] - [[asparagine]] - [[cysteine]] - [[pro ...e of oxytocin is very similar to that of [[vasopressin]] ([[cysteine]] - [[tyrosine]] - <u>[[phenylalanine]]</u> - [[glutamine]] - [[asparagine]] - [[cysteine
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  • ...of nine [[amino acid]]s (a nonapeptide). The sequence is [[cysteine]] - [[tyrosine]] - [[isoleucine]] - [[glutamine]] - [[asparagine]] - [[cysteine]] - [[pro ...e of oxytocin is very similar to that of [[vasopressin]] ([[cysteine]] - [[tyrosine]] - <u>[[phenylalanine]]</u> - [[glutamine]] - [[asparagine]] - [[cysteine
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  • ...expressed on the surface of target cells (thoufgh some act via receptor [[tyrosine kinase]]s). There can be several different receptors through which any one
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  • #[[Amine]]-derived hormones are derivatives of the [[amino acid]]s [[tyrosine]] and [[tryptophan]]. Examples are the [[catecholamine]]s ([[dopamine]], [
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  • ...kaptonuria]]</td><td>homogentisic acid oxidase</td><td>Stops catabolism of tyrosine to (via homogentisic acid) [[Maleylacetoacetic acid]]</td><td></td><td></t <tr><td>[[Tyrosinemia type I]]</td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
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  • ...wth factor]] that activates the Axl [[receptor (biochemistry)|receptor]] [[tyrosine kinase]] and stimulates cell proliferation or prevents [[apoptosis]] in so
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  • ==Partial albino: Point coloration and temperature dependent tyrosinase== Point Coloration: Tyrosinase mutations
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  • ...[[catecholamine]] [[neurotransmitter]]s in the brain. It is derived from [[tyrosine]] and is the precursor to norepinephrine and epinephrine. Dopamine is a ma
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  • ...sequences between the "fused in glioblastoma" (fig) gene and the receptor tyrosine kinase "ros", producing a fusion protein (FIG-ROS). The abnormal FIG-ROS f
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  • ...stimulation of the receptor, is a cause for the disease. Inhibiting the [[tyrosine kinase]] receptor with [[imatinib]] (see below) may reduce the symptoms of
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  • ...ivated by cleavage). The amino acid sequence of AVP is [[cysteine|Cys]]-[[tyrosine|Tyr]]-[[Phenylalanine|Phe]]-[[glutamine|Gln]]-[[asparagine|Asn]]-[[Cystein
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  • ...for a receptor without the intraceullar C terminal, which is necessary for tyrosine kinase activation. Only one family have been found to have a leptin recep
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  • * [[Tyrosine]]
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  • * [[Tyrosine]] — C<sub>9</sub>O<sub>3</sub>H<sub>11</sub>N
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  • ...protein Shank3 mediates signaling and biological function of the receptor tyrosine kinase Ret in epithelial cells] G. Schuetz et al (2004) Journal of Cell Bi
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  • ...the enzyme that catalyzes the decarboxylation of p-hydroxyphenylacetate (a tyrosine degradation product) to p-crysol, a compound that stunts bacterial growth.
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  • ...15800324}}</ref> A small pilot study suggested possible benefit from the [[tyrosine kinase]] inhibitor [[erlotinib]] in patients with advanced cholangiocarcin
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  • Tyrosine hydroxylase is rate limiting in the synthesis of all catecholamines ([[dop
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