Protein Phosphatases, Vol 366. Methods in Enzymology

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  • 453 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Protein phosphatases are a group of enzymes responsible for the dephosphorylation of various proteins and enzymes in a cell. This role is an extremely important one since protein phosphorylation and dephosphorylation is required for the regulation of a large number of cellular activities.

- Classification of Protein Phosphatases- Analysis/Technology: Cell and Molecular Imaging Technology, Assay of Protein Phosphatases, MS and MNR, Genomics/Proteomics, cDNA Microarray Analysis- Cellular Regulation: Substrates, Inhibitors, Regulation, Protein-Protein Interaction- Biological Function: Antisense Studies, Transgenic and Knockout Animal Models in Vivo, Therapeutic Approaches

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Determination
Detection and Localization
Interacting Proteins and Subunits
Inhibition
Stimulation and Modulation of Activity
Expression Systems
Knockdown and Knockout Technologies
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Klumpp, Susanne
Krieglstein, Josef
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