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October 2022

Volume 21Issue 10
Open Access
In adipocytes, quantitative proteomics studies revealed that insulin affects the phosphorylation of a new microtubule-associated protein network. Mapping microtubule plus-end interacting protein interactomes resulted in the live-cell based discovery that insulin has novel effects on microtubule plus-end proteins, microtubule dynamics, as well as microtubule stabilization. These findings advance our understanding of the relationship between insulin and the microtubule network. This illustration was designed by Dr. Paul R. Langlais and reported in Parker et al., Mol Cell Proteomics 2019, 18 (7), 1363-1381....
In adipocytes, quantitative proteomics studies revealed that insulin affects the phosphorylation of a new microtubule-associated protein network. Mapping microtubule plus-end interacting protein interactomes resulted in the live-cell based discovery that insulin has novel effects on microtubule plus-end proteins, microtubule dynamics, as well as microtubule stabilization. These findings advance our understanding of the relationship between insulin and the microtubule network. This illustration was designed by Dr. Paul R. Langlais and reported in Parker et al., Mol Cell Proteomics 2019, 18 (7), 1363-1381.
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