Polo-like Kinases (PLKs) are important regulators of the cell cycle. Plks are involved in the formation of and the changes in the mitotic spindle and in the activation of CDK/cyclin complexes during M-phase of the cell cycle.Polo-like kinases (Plks) are a family of conserved serine/threonine kinases involved in the regulation of cell cycle progression through G2 and mitosis. Mammalian polo-like kinases include Plk1 (Xenopus Plx1), Plk2/Snk (Xenopus Plx2), Plk3/Prk/FnK (Xenopus Plx3), Plk4/Sak and Plk5. Plk1 is involved in the regulation of key steps during cell division, DNA damage repair pathways, apoptosis, and the progression of the cell cycle. Plk3 is a multifunctional stress response protein that responses to signals induced by DNA damage and/or mitotic spindle disruption.

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755038-02-9 BI-2536 4-[[(7r)-8-环戊基-7-乙基-5,6,7,8-四氢-5-甲基-6-氧代-2-喋啶基]氨基]-3-甲氧基-N-(1-甲基-4-哌啶基)苯甲酰胺
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