Cdk5 is thought to be involved in the G1-S transition of the cell cycle and is highly expressed in mature neurons. Activity of Cdk5 increases significantly during neuronal differentiation. Cdk5 has been postulated to be a neurofilament or tau protein kinase, based on its ability to phosphorylate these proteins in vitro. Cdk5 Substrates offered by Santa Cruz affects Cdk5 and, in some cases, other cell cycle and phosphorylation related proteins. View detailed Cdk5 Substrate specifications, including Cdk5 Substrate CAS number, molecular weight, molecular formula and chemical structure, by clicking on the product name.
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|Cdk5 Substrate is derived from the Histone H1 peptide sequence docked in the active site of Cdk5||