Three-dimensional reconstructions of calcium/calmodulin-dependent (CaM) kinase IIα, and truncated CaM kinase IIα reveal a unique organization for its structural core and functional domains

Steven J. Kolodziej, Andy Hudmon, M. Neal Waxham, James K. Stoops

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