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A PP2A-B55 recognition signal controls substrate dephosphorylation kinetics during mitotic exit

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PP2A-B55 is one of the major phosphatases regulating cell division. Despite its importance for temporal control during mitotic exit, how B55 substrates are recognised and differentially dephosphorylated is unclear. Using phosphoproteomics combined with kinetic modelling to extract B55-dependent rate constants, we have systematically identified B55 substrates and assigned their temporal order in mitotic exit. These substrates share a bipartite polybasic recognition determinant (BPR) flanking a...

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10.1083/jcb.201606033

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Oxford, MSD, Biochemistry
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Holder, James
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Barr, Francis
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The Journal of Cell Biology Journal website
Publication date:
2016-08-22
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2016-07-13
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1540-8140
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0021-9525
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pubs:637868
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uri:c211d4a1-c4bf-486d-891a-567458695ca8
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c211d4a1-c4bf-486d-891a-567458695ca8
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