Recent advances and challenges in plant phosphoproteomics.

  title={Recent advances and challenges in plant phosphoproteomics.},
  author={Cecilia Silva-Sanchez and Haiying Li and Sixue Chen},
  volume={15 5-6},
Plants are sessile organisms that need to respond to environmental changes quickly and efficiently. They can accomplish this by triggering specialized signaling pathways often mediated by protein phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation is a fast response that can switch on or off a myriad of biological pathways and processes. Proteomics and MS are the main tools employed in the study of protein phosphorylation. Advances in the technologies allow simultaneous identification and… CONTINUE READING
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