Methionine residues around phosphorylation sites are preferentially oxidized in vivo under stress conditions

Abstract

Protein phosphorylation is one of the most prevalent and well-understood protein modifications. Oxidation of protein-bound methionine, which has been traditionally perceived as an inevitable damage derived from oxidative stress, is now emerging as another modification capable of regulating protein activity during stress conditions. However, the mechanism… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep40403

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@inproceedings{Veredas2017MethionineRA, title={Methionine residues around phosphorylation sites are preferentially oxidized in vivo under stress conditions}, author={Francisco J. Veredas and Francisco R. Cant{\'o}n and Juan Carlos Aledo}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }