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DVDY_21941_sm_SupplTabS1.xls375KSupp. Table S1. Xenopus phosphorylation events. The total results from the Xenopus phosphoproteomic analysis as summarized in Table 1. In addition, this table also contains results from the analysis of gastrula stage embryos manipulated in different ways, such as LiCl treatment or embryos injected at the two-cell stage with β-catenin morpholino.
DVDY_21941_sm_SupplTabS2.xls15KSupp. Table S2. Phosphorylation events found at all stage of development examined. The results from the Xenopus phosphoproteomic analysis (Supp. Table S1) were examined to identify phosphorylated sites present in at least three of the four stages of development analyzed. The first column contains the peptide fragment identified with the phosphorylation site in lowercase. Also shown are the start and end points of the peptide relative to the full-length protein it was derived from (the accession number is also listed along with the protein name or Unigene identifier if the protein was unidentified in Xenopus laevis).
DVDY_21941_sm_SupplTabS3.xls32KSupp.Table S3. Phosphorylation of proteins relevant to embryonic development. The results from the Xenopus phosphoproteomic analysis (Supp. Table S1) were examined to identify phosphorylated sites present on proteins of interest during the four stages of development analyzed. The first column contains the peptide fragment identified with the phosphorylation site in lowercase. Also shown are the start and end points of the peptide relative to the full-length protein it was derived from (the accession number is also listed along with the protein name or Unigene identifier if the protein was unidentified in Xenopus laevis).

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