KN-93: deciphering CaMKII inhibitor mechanism of action
Phosphoproteins are proteins that are phosphorylated, usually by kinases. This phosphorylation from one kinase to another will contribute to the propagation of a cellular signal. Explore our articles, news, literature reviews, tips, and more on phosphoprotein research.
No more bias with brain sample phospho-assay !
Clear instructions to analyze tumor xenograft efficiently
SERP1: a new GLP-1 receptor interactor
The role of the cGAS-STING-NPRL3 inflammasome axis in infection
New allosteric inhibitor of AKT targets its PH domain
pAKT pathway activation has cardioprotective effects...
A detailed strategy for screening new MS drugs
HTRF, a novel approach to detect both total and phosphorylated YAP