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A Protein Modification Resource

Protein Sequences

PhosphoSitePlus® (PSP) is an online systems biology resource providing comprehensive information and tools for the study of protein post-translational modifications (PTMs) including phosphorylation, ubiquitination, acetylation and methylation. See About PhosphoSite above for more information.

Please cite the following reference for this resource: Hornbeck PV. et al. (2012) Nucleic Acids Res. 2012 40:D261-70. [reprint]

Akt 3-D Representation
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WHAT'S NEW
Dec 2012   Download PTMVAR Dataset: Overlap of posttranslational modifications and nsSNP genetic variants.
Jul 2012   Download Datasets of Regulatory or Disease-Associated Sites.
Dec 2011   Download "PhosphoSitePlus: a comprehensive resource‚Ķ" in January 2012 issue of Nucleic Acids Research.
Jul 2011   Multiple Sequence Alignment (MSA) added to the Protein Page.
Jul 2011   Download PyMOL & Chimera Scripts from the Structure Viewer window.
Jul 2011   New Tutorial for Navigating PhosphoSitePlus®.
Apr 2011   New Icon indicates links to protein-specific reagents from CST™ Modification Specific Proteins
Mar 2011   Download breast cancer dataset associated with “Molecular Driver and Tumor Suppressor for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer”, Cell 144:Mar 4, 2011.
Mar 2011   Sequence logos of kinase substrates added to protein pages of kinases with 15 or more known targets (example: Akt1).
Oct 2010   Open PSPlogo, an interactive logo-generating tool to explore the profiles of modification sites observed in specific subsets of proteins.
Aug 2010   Download reprint “Akt-RSK-S6-kinase Signaling Networks Activated by Oncogenic Receptor Tyrosine Kinases”, Sci Signal. 3(136):Aug 24, 2010.
Phosphorylation Site Statistics
Non-redundant sites: 234,153
Non-redundant proteins: 19,646
Sites curated from literature: 132,107
All sites using site-specific (SS) methods: 12,410
All sites using discovery-mode MS (MS) methods: 123,123
Sites using both SS and MS methods: 5,931
MS sites observed at CST: 147,412
Number of curated papers: 16,130
Other Modification Site Statistics
Acetylation: 27,654 Caspase cleavage: 481
Di-methylation: 2,556 Methylation: 163
Mono-methylation: 5,000 O-GalNAc: 2,118
O-GlcNAc: 1,392 Succinylation: 4,660
Sumoylation: 815 Tri-methylation: 321
Ubiquitination: 51,265
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