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Default Ordered PhosphorylationEvents in Two IndependentCascades of the PTEN C-tail Revealed by NMR

Ordered PhosphorylationEvents in Two IndependentCascades of the PTEN C-tail Revealed by NMR

Florence Cordier, Alain Chaffotte, Elouan Terrien, Christophe Pre?haud, Franc?ois-Xavier Theillet, Muriel Delepierre, Monique Lafon, Henri Buc and Nicolas Wolff



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DOI: 10.1021/ja310214g




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