In the latest auto-commentary from SLAS Discovery, ‘Controlling Phosphate Removal with Light: The Development of Optochemical Tools to Probe Protein Phosphatase Function,’ researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Department of Chemistry (Pittsburgh, PA, USA) explain the design principles considered in developing an optically controlled protein phosphatase, opportunities and limitations of the methodology.
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