Nitrosylation The Prototypic Redox-Based Signaling Mechanism

@article{Stamler2001NitrosylationTP,
  title={Nitrosylation The Prototypic Redox-Based Signaling Mechanism},
  author={J. Stamler and S. Lamas and F. Fang},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2001},
  volume={106},
  pages={675-683}
}
posttranslational modifications of proteins operate by of Medicine and Biochemistry shifting a dynamic equilibrium between inactive and ac-in particular has served as a model of how protein modi-2 Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas fication triggers conformational changes that regulate Instituto " Reina Sofia " de Investigaciones Nefrologicas signal transduction. These fundamental concepts of al-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas losteric regulation in fact originate in studies… Expand
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