ABRF Study Reveals That Phosphorylation Site Analysis Still Has Quite a Long Way to Go | GenomeWeb

Posttranslational modifications have been called the next frontier in proteomics, and numerous papers have been written about the best ways to study them. In particular, phosphorylation has been the focus of many researchers’ attention, given its crucial role in cellular signaling processes. But as it turns out, talking about phosphorylation site mapping is easier than actually finding the sites.

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