Phophorylation Regulates B Cell Receptor Pathway
Phosphorylation is a key reaction where a phospho group (PO4) is added to protein via enzymatic processes. This allows for protein modification that is central in cell signaling, cellular regulation, cell adhesion, and many more important cellular processes. Phospho protein modification predominantly occurs on amino groups: serine, threonine, and tyrosine. These modified groups on proteins are the focus of post translational modifications. Assay Biotechnology is proud to provide antibodies that are specific for these phosphorylated proteins.