The copper chaperone CCS facilitates copper binding to MEK1/2 to promote kinase activation

Michael Grasso, Gavin J. Bond, Ye Jin Kim, Stefanie Boyd, Maria Matson Dzebo, Sebastian Valenzuela, Tiffany Tsang, Natalie A. Schibrowsky, Katherine B. Alwan, Ninian J. Blackburn, George M. Burslem, Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Duane D. Winkler, Ronen Marmorstein, Donita C. Brady

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