Harvard's Church Lab Develops Motif-Based Strategy for PTM Prediction | GenomeWeb

Researchers in George Church's laboratory at Harvard Medical School have developed a computational method for predicting post-translational modifications that they said cannot be identified with current with mass spectrometry-based techniques.

Using their strategy, described in a research paper in the current issue of Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, the authors were able to identify novel phosphorylation and acetylation sites across several organisms.

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