Accumulating information on eukaryotic protein phosphorylation implies a large and complicated phospho-signalling network in various cellular processes. Although a large number of protein phosphorylation sites have been detected, their physiological consequences and the linkage between each phosphorylation site and the responsible protein kinase remain largely unexplored. To understand kinase-oriented phospho-signalling pathways, we have developed novel substrate screening technologies. In this review, we described the in vitro and in vivo screening methods named kinase-interacting substrate screening analysis and kinase-oriented substrate screening analysis, respectively.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Molecular Biology