Localization of Endogenous Phosphoserine Residues in the Primary Structure of Proteins
Localization of phosphorylated amino acids within the primary structure of phosphorylated proteins is a prerequisite for understanding their function. Of particular interest are those residues which are phosphorylated in vivo (endogenous phosphate), since these phospho-amino acids are physiologically relevant e.g. in the regulation of enzyme activities, ion channel mechanisms and other regulatory mechanisms.
KeywordsHPLC EDTA Cysteine Serine Tryptophan
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