Plant Phosphoproteomics

@inproceedings{Schulze2015PlantP,
  title={Plant Phosphoproteomics},
  author={Waltraud X. Schulze},
  booktitle={Methods in Molecular Biology},
  year={2015}
}
Plant kinases are one of the largest protein families in Arabidopsis. There are almost 600 membranelocated receptor kinases and almost 400 soluble kinases with distinct functions in signal transduction. In this minireview we discuss phylogeny and functional context of prominent members from major protein kinase subfamilies in plants. 
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