Month: September 2015
Great news, we have another publication. This time its some extra data left over from our large mass spectrometry study we published in August in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.
This latest work we provide additional analysis of our large proteomics dataset and identify motifs that correlated strongly with phosphorylation status for each of the major mitotic kinases.
These motifs could be used to predict the stability of phosphorylated residues in proteins of interest, and help infer potential functional roles for uncharacterized phosphorylations.
If you would like more information you can check out the full paper here [Link]. And the great news is that its OpenAccess and FREE for everyone!
Rogers, S., McCloy, R. A., Parker, B. L., Chaudhuri, R., Gayevskiy, V., Hoffman, N. J., Watkins, D. N., Daly, R. J., James, D. E., and Burgess, A. (2015) Dataset from the global phosphoproteomic mapping of early mitotic exit in human cells. Data in Brief 5, 45–52
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