Nermin Pinar Karabulut

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Phosphorylation is the most widespread and well studied reversible posttranslational modification. Discovering tissue-specific preferences of phosphorylation sites is important as phosphorylation plays a role in regulating almost every cellular activity and disease state. Here we present a comprehensive analysis of global and tissue-specific sequence and(More)
Chemogenomic experiments, where genetic and chemical perturbations are combined, provide data for discovering the relationships between genotype and phenotype. Traditionally, analysis of chemogenomic datasets has been done considering the sensitivity of the deletion strains to chemicals, and this has shed light on drug mechanism of action and detecting drug(More)
The G-Protein Coupled Receptor (GPCR) proteins are of paramount importance for pharmaceutical research as this single family of proteins is targeted by more than 50% of all modern drugs. Their ligands include but are not limited to small molecules, peptides and photons. Consequently it is vital to know the sites of interaction between the ligand and the(More)
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