Mg, K-containing microparticle: a possible active principle of EM fermentation product

@inproceedings{Higashinakagawa2019MgKM,
  title={Mg, K-containing microparticle: a possible active principle of EM fermentation product},
  author={Toru Higashinakagawa and H Kikuchi and Hikono Kuwayama},
  year={2019}
}
lated one will be detected in the cytoplasm under transition-stimulating conditions� If phosphorylation inhibits the transition, the phosphomimetic mutant will be detected in the cytoplasm in stimulating conditions, while the dephosphorylated one will localize to the nucleus under standard conditions� As expected, YB-1 S102A was absent from the nucleus under transition-stimulating conditions, while YB-1 S102D was detected there in standard conditions� Conclusions Thus, phosphorylation at S102… CONTINUE READING