Kinase Group CAMK
Kinase Classification: CAMK Group
The CAMK group is named after Calcium and Calmodulin-regulated kinases, and has several other related families.
A broad family including many conserved subfamilies, such as AMPK, MARK, CHK1, and LKB
MAPK-Activated Protein Kinase
Myosin Light Chain Kinase
Tribbles kinases, all of which are predicted to be catalytically inactive.
Protein Kinase D
CAMK-group kinases than cannot be classified into a specific family
Death-Associated Protein Kinase
Also known as CHK2, a key cell cycle checkpoint kinase
The second of two kinase domains in the RSK family of kinases is part of the CAMK group, but they have not been found as independent kinases.
Testis-Specific Serine Kinase
Families not found in human
Calcium Dependent Protein Kinases, found in plants and protists, but not animals.
A family of kinases found in Tetrahymena (Tt) and other ciliates.
A fungal family of kinases including yeast NNK1 (Nitrogen Network Kinase 1).
A fungal family of kinases including yeast PRR1 (Pheromone Response Regulator 1).