Rostyslav Braginets

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Reversible phosphorylation is a key mechanism for regulating protein function. Thus it is of high interest to know which kinase can phosphorylate which proteins. Comprehensive information about phosphorylation sites in Arabidopsis proteins is hosted within the PhosPhAt database ( However, our knowledge of the kinases that(More)
The regulation of protein function by modulating the surface charge status via sequence-locally enriched phosphorylation sites (P-sites) in so called phosphorylation "hotspots" has gained increased attention in recent years. We set out to identify P-hotspots in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. We analyzed the spacing of experimentally detected P-sites(More)
Protein kinases constitute a particularly large protein family in Arabidopsis with important functions in cellular signal transduction networks. At the same time Arabidopsis is a model plant with high frequencies of gene duplications. Here, we have conducted a systematic analysis of the Arabidopsis kinase complement, the kinome, with particular focus on(More)
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