This Week in PNAS

Scientists at the the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing collaborated on a study published this week in the early online edition of PNAS that looked at phosphorylation events of the Neurospora core circadian protein FRQ. Using mass spec, they identified 43 FRQ phosphorylation sites in vivo and another 33 by in vitro kinase assays.

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