Current status of the plant phosphorylation site database PhosPhAt and its use as a resource for molecular plant physiology

@inproceedings{Arsova2012CurrentSO,
  title={Current status of the plant phosphorylation site database PhosPhAt and its use as a resource for molecular plant physiology},
  author={Borjana Arsova and Waltraud X. Schulze},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2012}
}
As the most studied post-translational modification, protein phosphorylation is analyzed in a growing number of proteomic experiments. These high-throughput approaches generate large datasets, from which specific spectrum-based information can be hard to find. In 2007, the PhosPhAt database was launched to collect and present Arabidopsis phosphorylation sites identified by mass spectrometry from and for the scientific community. At present, PhosPhAt 3.0 consolidates phosphoproteomics data from… CONTINUE READING

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