Phosphatome.Net Genomics, evolution and function of protein phosphatases
Phosphatome.net explores the functions, evolution and diversity of protein phosphatases, the key controllers of cell behavior in collaboration with protein kinases. We focus on the phosphatome, the full complement of protein phosphatases in any sequenced genome. This includes our database, wiki, papers and supporting materials.
The database PhosphoBase holds information on over 1,200 protein phosphatase genes found in the genomes of human, and many other sequenced genomes. You may search the database by a variety of different gene names and accessions, or according to the sequence based classification. PhosphoBase can also be searched by BLAST.
Phosphatase Wiki, is a resource for of phosphatases and phosphatase signaling. This is a pilot project for sharing and publication of discoveries that do not fit into traditional publications or haven't yet been polished for publication.