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Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Kinase Signaling Visualized by Targeted Reporters

Current Protocols in Chemical Biology

Dec 1, 2009

Maya T Kunkel, Alexandra C Newton

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The advent of genetically encoded FRET-based kinase activity reporters has ushered in a new era of signal transduction research. Such reporters allow the direct monitoring of kinase activity in live cells at specific locations, providing unprecedented information on the spatiotemporal d...read more

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Signal Transduction
Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
Kinase Activity
Protein Phosphorylation
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Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Kinase Signaling Visualized by Targeted Reporters

Current Protocols in Chemical Biology

Dec 1, 2009

Maya T Kunkel, Alexandra C Newton

PMID: 21804950

DOI: 10.1002/9780470559277.ch090106

Abstract

The advent of genetically encoded FRET-based kinase activity reporters has ushered in a new era of signal transduction research. Such reporters allow the direct monitoring of kinase activity in live cells at specific locations, providing unprecedented information on the spatiotemporal d...read more

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Signal Transduction
Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
Kinase Activity
Protein Phosphorylation

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