Table 1. Plasmids used in this study
PlasmidYeast oriInsertFunctionGroupReference
pLJ7212μYCK1casein kinase I isoformCK1Robinson et al. (1993)
pL2.32μYCK2casein kinase I isoformCK1Robinson et al. (1992)
YEp24‐YCK32μYCK3casein kinase I isoformCK1L.C.Robinson
pSH242μPKC1protein kinase CAGCHelliwell et al. (1998b)
YCp‐PKC1(R398P)CENPKC1(R398P)protein kinase C dominant activating mutantAGCNonaka et al. (1995)
pSMA102μBCK1member of the Pkc1p MAP kinase moduleSTE11/STE20Irie et al. (1991)
YEp352‐MKK12μMKK1MEK, MAP kinase kinaseSTE7/MEKD.E.Levin
YEp352‐MPK12μMPK1MAP kinaseCMGCKamada et al. (1995)
YEp352‐YPK12μYPK1protein kinase with similarity to Pkc1pAGCChen et al. (1993)
pSH222μMSS4phosphatidylinositol‐4‐phosphate 5‐kinasePI‐kinaseHelliwell et al. (1998a)
pSEY18‐CMK22μCMK2calcium–calmodulin‐dependent kinase type IICaMKT.Beck
pJK202μNPR1Ser/Thr kinase, nitrogen permease reactivatorNPRSchmidt et al. (1998)
pSEY18‐MCK12μMCK1meiosis and centromere regulatory kinaseCMGCT.Beck
  • The classification of protein kinases in different groups is based on Hunter and Plowman (1997).