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NEW YORK – A team led by researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) has analyzed the functional relevance of more than 100,000 human phosphosites.

In a study published today in Nature Biotechnology, the researchers collected phosphosites observed in 112 previously published mass spectrometry experiments run on 104 different human cell lines or tissues and then developed a machine learning tool for identifying phosphosites likely to have functional importance. 

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