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post-translational modification


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post‐translational modification

post-translational modification

Co- and post-translational modifications in Rubisco: unanswered questions

Motifs tree: a new method for predicting post-translational modifications

Proteomics studies of post-translational modifications in plants

Post-Translational Modifications in Secreted Peptide Hormones in Plants

Post-translational modifications of expanded polyglutamine proteins: impact on neurotoxicity

Applications of post-translational modifications of FoxO family proteins in biological functions

The importance of post-translational modifications in regulating Saccharomyces cerevisiae metabolism

The informatics of post-translational modification and its implications for systems biology

Amino Acid Sequence, Post-translational Modifications, Binding and Labelling of Porcine Odorant-binding Protein

S-Nitrosylation: an emerging redox-based post-translational modification in plants

Regulation of protein stability of DNA methyltransferase 1 by post-translational modifications

Computational refinement of post-translational modifications predicted from tandem mass spectrometry

Peptide sequence tag-based blind identification of post-translational modifications with point process model

AutoMotif server: prediction of single residue post-translational modifications in proteins

Post-translational modifications induce significant yet not extreme changes to protein structure

Correlations between predicted protein disorder and post-translational modifications in plants

PHOXTRACK–a tool for interpreting comprehensive datasets of post-translational modifications of proteins

 

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Alterations made to proteins after the primary sequence of peptide-bonded amino acids has been assembled. In some cases portions of the polypeptide are removed (e.g. signal sequences) or additional side groups are added permanently or temporarily (acetylation, glycosylation, glypiation, phosphorylation).

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