"Histidine Kinase" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A member of the transferase superfamily of proteins. In the activated state, protein-histidine kinase autophosphorylates at a histidine residue, subsequently transferring high-energy phosphoryl groups to an aspartate residue of the response-regulator domain, which results in a conformational shift in the effector domain. Histidine kinases mediate signal transduction in a wide range of processes involving cellular adaptation to environmental stress.
- Histidine Kinase
- Kinase, Histidine
- Histidine Protein Kinase
- Kinase, Histidine Protein
- Protein Kinase, Histidine
- Protein-Histidine Kinase
- Kinase, Protein-Histidine
- Protein Histidine Kinase
Protein Histidine Pros-Kinase
- Protein Histidine Pros-Kinase
- Histidine Pros-Kinase, Protein
- Pros-Kinase, Protein Histidine
- Protein Histidine Pros Kinase
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