Understanding ‘Y’ in Breast Cancer: Crucial Role of DNA/RNA-binding Protein YB-1 in the Development, Pre-Invasive, and Metastatic Phases

New Techniques Using Phosphoserine Antibodies

Phosphoserine, the phosphorylated modification of the amino acid serine, is a central post-translational modification within a cell for many biological and biomedical processes. The phosphorylation of specifically four residue types - histidine, serine, threonine, and tyrosine occurs both within the cell as well as at the cell surface. This exquisitely controlled regulatory system controls a vast number of intertwined and interconnected downstream signaling pathways and cascades.