MST kinases in innate immune signaling

  • Shi Z
  • Zhou Z
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Abstract

The mammalian STE20-like (MST) protein kinases are composed of MST1, MST2, MST3, MST4 and YSK1. They play crucial roles in cell growth, migration, polarity and apoptosis. Dysfunction of these kinases often leads to diseases. MST kinases are extensively involved in development and function of immune system. Here, we review recent progresses on the regulatory function of MST kinases in innate immune signaling.

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Shi, Z., & Zhou, Z. (2018). MST kinases in innate immune signaling. Cell Stress, 2(1), 4–13. https://doi.org/10.15698/cst2018.01.119

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