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Phosphoproteomics takes it easy

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The EasyPhos pipeline simplifies analysis of phosphorylation-dependent signaling networks at high temporal resolution.

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Figure 1: Generating snapshots of tissue signaling using EasyPhos.

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Picotti, P. Phosphoproteomics takes it easy. Nat Biotechnol 33, 929–930 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.3345

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