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activity, pathway, activation, signaling, inhibitor, inhibitors, pathways, complex, deficiency, domain, products, cascade, activities, protein, receptors, gamma, inhibition, beta, family, alpha, gene, reaction, module, receptor, substrate, function, ratios, phosphorylation, akt, mechanism, regulation, signalling, 3beta, subunit, complexes, proteins, cascades, model, expression, domains, isoforms, associated, glo, association, map, stat, subunits, erythrocytaire, isoenzymes, incenp, erk, associates, modules, signals, assay, branch, hemizygosity, kinases, increases, p85, island, binding, activator, pten, mediated, based, ratio, substrates, p85alpha, gtp, stimulation, site, dephosphorylation, isozymes, interactions, homologs, profilin, mediates

Descriptive words:
dependent, activated, cyclic, creatine, specific, focal, terminal, regulated, phosphoglycerate, associated, extracellular, like, pyruvate, active, novel, tyrosine, chain, pi3, related, adrenergic, light, induced, threonine, cytoplasmic, independent, putative, ca2, endogenous, elevated, phosphate, skeletal, sensitive, cellular, mitochondrial, type, stranded, phosphofructo, bound, activating, purified, multifunctional, smooth, rho, src, mammalian, linked, nuclear, epidermal, phosphatidylinositol, intracellular, inactive, polynucleotide, mitogenactivated, soluble, intrinsic, anaplastic, adenosine, cytosolic, upstream, rabbit, inducible, encoded, thymidine, raf, regulating, functional, calmodulin, monophosphate, inducing, endothelial, hepatic, jun, abl, ribosomal, cardiac, mitotic, family, dual, creatinine, phosphorylated, rat

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