Accession PMDE71
Name Polyanion binding proteins data for five cellular polyanionic samples
Description We demonstrate that a large number of polyanion binding proteins exist which contain multiply positively-charged regions, are often disordered, are involved in phosphorylation processes, and appear to play a role in protein-protein interaction networks. Considering the crowded nature of cellular interiors, we propose that polyanion binding proteins (PABPs) interact with a wide variety of polyanionic surfaces in cells in a functionally significant manner.
Publication A network-based analysis of polyanion-binding proteins utilizing human protein arrays (Go to PubMed)
Provider Nazila Salamat-Miller
Species Multi species
Subspecies Empty
Array type Proteome array
Sample Cell lysate
Number of array 5
Array(1) Homo sapiens Ultimate ORF spotted protein array
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