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1952 42
1953 65
1954 60
1955 75
1956 80
1957 83
1958 85
1959 101
1960 117
1961 114
1962 128
1963 139
1964 257
1965 246
1966 217
1967 288
1968 345
1969 351
1970 375
1971 361
1972 501
1973 486
1974 484
1975 442
1976 383
1977 389
1978 490
1979 785
1980 844
1981 836
1982 1063
1983 1069
1984 1226
1985 1348
1986 1445
1987 1392
1988 1555
1989 1833
1990 1995
1991 2335
1992 2482
1993 2726
1994 3017
1995 3450
1996 3536
1997 3812
1998 4044
1999 4620
2000 5097
2001 5755
2002 5927
2003 6553
2004 7059
2005 7499
2006 7522
2007 7883
2008 8057
2009 8487
2010 8999
2011 9422
2012 10103
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Phosphorylation: Implications in Cancer.
Singh V, et al. Protein J 2017 - Review. PMID 28108801
Altered phosphorylations in any of the above pathways are strongly associated with cancer, at the same time they serve as the potential tergets for drug development against cancer. ...Thus, drugs targeting phosphorylation pathways represent a promising area for cancer therapy....
Altered phosphorylations in any of the above pathways are strongly associated with cancer, at the same time they serve as the potenti …
Phosphorylation of tight junction transmembrane proteins: Many sites, much to do.
Van Itallie CM and Anderson JM. Tissue Barriers 2018 - Review. PMID 29083946 Free PMC article.
All of the identified tight junction transmembrane proteins can be multiply phosphorylated, but only in a few cases are the consequences of phosphorylation at specific sites well characterized. The goal of this review is to highlight some of the best understood examples of phosphorylation changes in the integral membrane tight junction proteins in the context of more general overview of the effects of phosphorylation throughout the proteome. ...
All of the identified tight junction transmembrane proteins can be multiply phosphorylated, but only in a few cases are the consequen …
Tau in physiology and pathology
Wang Y and Mandelkow E. Nat Rev Neurosci 2016 - Review. PMID 26631930
Functional phosphorylation.
Bucci M. Nat Chem Biol 2018. PMID 29769732
AMPK: Regulation of Metabolic Dynamics in the Context of Autophagy
Tamargo-Gómez I and Mariño G. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30501132 Free PMC article.
We will explain how AMPK-mediated signaling is mechanistically involved in autophagy regulation both through specific phosphorylation of autophagy-relevant proteins or by indirectly impacting in the activity of additional autophagy regulators....
We will explain how AMPK-mediated signaling is mechanistically involved in autophagy regulation both through specific phosphorylation
Negative regulation of NF-κB p65 activity by serine 536 phosphorylation.
Pradère JP, et al. Sci Signal 2016. PMID 27555662 Free PMC article.
We investigated the contribution of the phosphorylation of the NF-κB subunit p65 at the IKK phosphorylation site serine 536 (Ser(536)) in humans, which is thought to be required for the activation and nuclear translocation of NF-κB. ...Together, our results suggest that Ser(534) phosphorylation of p65 in mice (and, by extension, Ser(536) phosphorylation of human p65) is not required for its nuclear translocation, but instead inhibits NF-κB signaling to prevent deleterious inflammation....
We investigated the contribution of the phosphorylation of the NF-κB subunit p65 at the IKK phosphorylation site serine 536 (S …
Phosphorylation mechanisms in dopamine transporter regulation.
Foster JD and Vaughan RA. J Chem Neuroanat 2017 - Review. PMID 27836487 Free PMC article.
Kinase pathways play major roles in these mechanisms, and this review summarizes the current status of DAT phosphorylation characteristics and the evidence linking transporter phosphorylation to control of reuptake and other functions. Greater understanding of these processes may aid in elucidation of their possible contributions to DA disease states and suggest specific phosphorylation sites as targets for therapeutic manipulation of reuptake....
Kinase pathways play major roles in these mechanisms, and this review summarizes the current status of DAT phosphorylation characteri …
Iron-induced oxidative stress contributes to α-synuclein phosphorylation and up-regulation via polo-like kinase 2 and casein kinase 2.
Wang R, et al. Neurochem Int 2019. PMID 30797969
In the present study, we aimed to investigate whether and how phosphorylation was involved in iron-induced α-synuclein regulations. ...These findings demonstrate that iron-induced oxidative stress is largely responsible for α-synuclein phosphorylation and upregulation via CK2 and PLK2, and α-synuclein upregulation is not fully phosphorylation-dependent....
In the present study, we aimed to investigate whether and how phosphorylation was involved in iron-induced α-synuclein regulations. . …
LZAP: A break on phosphorylation.
Wang J. Cell Cycle 2017. PMID 28118073 Free PMC article.
Conveying endogenous and exogenous signals: MAPK cascades in plant growth and defense
Zhang M, et al. Curr Opin Plant Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29753266
As a result, understanding the signaling specificity, which requires detailed information about the spatiotemporal expression of the components involved, their complex formation, and the consequence of substrate phosphorylation, is central to our study of MAPK functions....
As a result, understanding the signaling specificity, which requires detailed information about the spatiotemporal expression of the compone …
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