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The regulation of protein tyrosine phosphatase (PTPase) SHP-2 is proposed to involve tyrosine phosphorylation on two tail tyrosine residues. Using "expressed protein ligation", nonhydrolyzable phosphotyrosine analogs were introduced at known phosphorylation sites in SHP-2. Biochemical analysis suggests that a phosphonate at Tyr542 interacts intramolecularly(More)
CTCF is an essential epigenetic regulator mediating chromatin insulation, long-range regulatory interactions, and the organization of large topological domains in the nucleus. Phenotypes of CTCF haploinsufficient mutations in humans, knockout in mice, and depletion in cells are often consistent with impaired genome stability, but a role of CTCF in genome(More)
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