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CDK8 Kinase Activity Promotes Glycolysis.Academic Article Why?
CDK8: a positive regulator of transcription.Academic Article Why?
Comprehensive Identification of CDK8 Kinase Targets Using SILAC PhosphoproteomicsGrant Why?
Galbraith, MatthewPerson Why?
A conserved Mediator-CDK8 kinase module association regulates Mediator-RNA polymerase II interaction.Academic Article Why?
CDK8 is a positive regulator of transcriptional elongation within the serum response network.Academic Article Why?
CDK8 is a stimulus-specific positive coregulator of p53 target genes.Academic Article Why?
CDK8 kinase phosphorylates transcription factor STAT1 to selectively regulate the interferon response.Academic Article Why?
Cooperative activity of cdk8 and GCN5L within Mediator directs tandem phosphoacetylation of histone H3.Academic Article Why?
HIF1A employs CDK8-mediator to stimulate RNAPII elongation in response to hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Regulatory functions of the Mediator kinases CDK8 and CDK19.Academic Article Why?
The human CDK8 subcomplex is a histone kinase that requires Med12 for activity and can function independently of mediator.Academic Article Why?
The human CDK8 subcomplex is a molecular switch that controls Mediator coactivator function.Academic Article Why?
The SCF-Fbw7 ubiquitin ligase degrades MED13 and MED13L and regulates CDK8 module association with Mediator.Academic Article Why?
Old, WilliamPerson Why?
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