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Fulfilling the Krebs and Beavo criteria for studying protein phosphorylation in the era of mass spectrometry-driven kinome research.

Bibliographic reference Rider, Mark ; Waelkens, Etienne ; Derua, Rita ; Vertommen, Didier. Fulfilling the Krebs and Beavo criteria for studying protein phosphorylation in the era of mass spectrometry-driven kinome research.. In: Archives of physiology and biochemistry, Vol. 115, no. 5, p. 298-310 (2009)
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