Protein Modification Detection

Protein Modification Detection

Protein modification is the process of modifying proteins chemically either during or after translation. By adding functional groups to the protein, such as phosphate, acetate, amido, or methyl groups, protein modification detection expand the functional diversity of the proteome and have an impact on nearly every aspect of normal cell biology and disease. The regulation of gene expression, protein interactions, protein degradation, signaling, and regulatory mechanisms, as well as many other biological activities, depend on protein modification. The discovery of ribosomal proteomics has made it possible to modify ribosomal proteins, which represents a breakthrough in understanding the mystery of ribosomal protein function and offers a novel therapy approach for ribosome-related disorders. The properties of protein modification, including modification categories and modification sites, are crucial for cell biology, disease detection, and disease preventive studies as precision medicine advances.

Protein Modification Detection Information

Platforms: Windows
Pricing: Free
License: Open Source

Protein Modification Detection Pricing