Data from: The Arabidopsis kinome: phylogeny and evolutionary insights into functional diversification

Monika Zulawski, Gunnar Schulze, Rostyslav Braginets, Stefanie Hartmann & Waltraud X. Schulze
Background: Protein kinases constitute a particularly large protein family in Arabidopsis with important functions in cellular signal transduction networks. At the same time Arabidopsis is a model plant with high frequencies of gene duplications. Here, we have conducted a systematic analysis of the Arabidopsis kinase complement, the kinome, with particular focus on gene duplication events. We matched Arabidopsis proteins to a Hidden-Markov Model of eukaryotic kinases and computed a phylogeny of 942 Arabidopsis protein kinase...
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