A mitogen- and anisomycin-stimulated kinase phosphorylates HMG-14 in its basic amino-terminal domain in vivo and on isolated mononucleosomes

M. J. Barratt, C. A. Hazzalin, N. Zhelev, L. C. Mahadevan*

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