Commercially available crystalline yeast alcohol dehydrogenase contained protein kinase activity. Casein and phosvitin were readily phosphorylated, but whole calf thymus histone was not. The protein kinase activity was inhibited by KCl, was not stimulated by cyclic AMP and could be separated from the alcohol dehydrogenase activity by sucrose density centrifugation.

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