In this issue of Cell, Rinehart et al. use targeted phosphoproteomics to reveal how phosphorylation at two conserved sites in KCCs controls their activity.
The illustration depicts the activation of KCC3 in red blood cells in response to extracellular
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This past summer, Michael Astrachan spoke at the Innovation EXPO in London, England. The EXPO brings together the best in innovation from the private, public, voluntary, scientific and academic communities. It is a unique combination of innovative trade fair, world