p-T,Y MAPK dimers translocate to nucleus

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R-HSA-9610166
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Homo sapiens
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After phosphorylation by MAP2Ks, a proportion of activated MAPK dimers translocate into the nucleus where it activates nuclear targets involved in neuronal differentiation (Mullenbrock et al, 2011; Adams et al, 2017; reviewed in Santiago and Bashaw, 2014). Although dimerization of MAPKs was originally thought to be critcal for nuclear translocation, a number of studies have now challenged the physiological relevance of MAPK dimerization, and this remains an area of uncertainty (reviewed in Casar et al, 2009; Roskoski, 2012).

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