The angiotensin II AT1 receptor is tyrosine and serine phosphorylated and can serve as a substrate for the src family of tyrosine kinases

William G. Paxton, Mario B. Marrero, Janet D. Klein, Patrick Delafontaine, Bradford C. Berk, Kenneth E. Bernstein

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