Ryan Arsenault

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SUMMARY While many experimentally characterized phosphorylation sites exist for certain organisms, such as human, rat and mouse, few sites are known for other organisms, hampering related research efforts. We have developed a software pipeline called DAPPLE that automates the process of using known phosphorylation sites from other organisms to identify(More)
Reversible protein phosphorylation is a central mechanism for both the transfer of intracellular information and the initiation of cellular responses. Within human medicine, considerable emphasis is placed on understanding and controlling the enzymes (kinases) that are responsible for catalyzing these modifications. This is evident in the prominent use of(More)
  • Anne Van den Broeke, Ryan Arsenault, Nicolas Rosewick, Yvette Cleuter, Philippe Martiat, Arsène Burny +2 others
  • 2011
Transcriptome and miRnome information will likely be of significant value to our elucidation of the molecular mechanisms that govern cell transformation. However, an equally, if not more important goal, is to define those proteins that participate in signaling pathways that ultimately control cell fate. Bovine Leukemia Virus (BLV), a delta-retrovirus(More)
There is a growing appreciation within the livestock industry and throughout society that animal stress is an important issue that must be addressed. With implications for animal health, well-being, and productivity, minimizing animal stress through improved animal management procedures and/or selective breeding is becoming a priority. Effective management(More)
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