Links and References

Identification and application of self-binding zipper-like sequences in SARS-CoV spike protein.
Zhang, S. M.et al., The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology, 2018, 101 103-112

Characterizing SH2 Domain Specificity and Network Interactions Using SPOT Peptide Arrays

Liu, B. A., Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 2017, 1555, 357-373

The scaffold protein Ajuba suppresses CdGAP activity in epithelia to maintain stable cell-cell contacts
McCormack, J. J., Scientific reports, 2017, 7, 9249

Structural insight into the human mitochondrial tRNA purine N1-methyltransferase and ribonuclease P complexes
Oerum, S., The Journal of biological chemistry, 2018, 293, 12862-12876

Specificity analysis of protein lysine methyltransferases using SPOT peptide arrays
Kudithipudi, S. et al, Journal of visualized experiments, 2014, e52203

The Plk1-dependent phosphoproteome of the early mitotic spindle.
Santamaria, A. et al., Mol Cell Proteomics, 2011, 10, M110.004457

Checkpoint-dependent inhibition of DNA replication initiation by Sld3 and Dbf4 phosphorylation.
Zegerman, P. and Diffley, J. F. X., Nature, 2010, 467, 474-478

Phosphorylation of RACK1 on tyrosine 52 by c-Abl is required for insulin-like growth factor I-mediated regulation of focal adhesion kinase.
Kiely, P. A. et al., J Biol Chem, 2009, 284, 20263-20274

Spot-Synthesis: an easy technique for the positionally addressable, parallel chemical synthesis on a membrane support.

Frank, R., Tetrahedron, 1992. 48: p. 9217-9232

The SPOT-synthesis technique. Synthetic peptide arrays on membrane supports – principles and applications.
Frank, R., Journal of Immunological Methods 267, 13 – 26 (2002)

Peptide Arrays on Membrane Supports – Synthesis and Applications
Joachim Koch and Michael Mahler (Eds.), Springer – Berlin Heidelberg New York 2002, ISBN 3-450-42532-2