UPenn Team Develops Method to Monitor Cellular Phosphorylation Pathways | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team of scientists from the University of Pennsylvania has developed a method to monitor cellular phosphorylation pathways into chromatin and down to the gene level.

The new method, called phosphorylation-specific chromatin affinity purification (PS-ChAP), is expected to enable researchers to better understand how phosphorylation signaling dynamically interacts with chromatin.

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