Mike Snyder and Colleagues Are Cracking the 'Kinase Code' in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae | GenomeWeb

Mike Snyder, director of the Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine, and his colleagues have applied a peptide-based approach for the high-throughput determination of kinase consensus phosphorylation motifs across the Saccharomyces kinome. Though they weren't able to determine the binding specificities for all yeast kinases, Snyder says that their comprehensive analysis of 111 out of the 122 total kinases "produced results" for 61 of them, representing more than half of those investigated.

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