BioLegend Phosphorylation
Phosphorylation and de-phosphorylation play critical roles as a mode of signal transfer in biological processes. This is defined as the transfer of phosphoryl groups [(PO3)2-] from one molecule to another, and serves as a transfer of energy that results in the activation, or deactivation of downstream proteins.

At BioLegend, we offer a wide array of phospho protein-related products for use in flow cytometry, Western blot, and microscopy applications. Whenever possible, the phospho protein-specific antibodies we offer are optimized to work for multiple applications, allowing for clone and product consistency across different experimental systems.
View our current listing of Phosphorylation-Specific Antibodies
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Phosphorylation Targets:
The table below lists a number of well known phosphorylated proteins. Learn more about each protein and view the important phosphorylation sites. Also find upstream kinases and phosphatases that interact with the protein.
AKT
α-Synuclein
ATM
Aurora A
BCL-2
B-Raf
CAK/CDK7
CD195 (CCR5)
DNA-PKcs
EG5
EGFR
ERK1/2
GluR1
Histone H2AX
Histone H3.1
JNK
LCK
mTOR
NPM/B23
Nucleolin
p38 MAPK
PERK
PKCα
PLCγ
PLK1
RPS6
STAT1
STAT3
STAT4
STAT5
STAT6
Stathmin/OP18
SYK
Tau
TDP43
TIF1β/KAP1
Zap70
  • Relevant phosphorylation site information obtained from PhosphoSitePlus®: https://www.phosphosite.org/homeAction.action
  • Sequence homology determined via alignment of sequences available on UniProt: https://www.uniprot.org/
  • Notable Kinases/Phosphatases and listed associated functions for each target may not be entirely comprehensive. Please contact Technical Service if you have any feedback regarding the information listed on the page.
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