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. 2015 Sep;6(9):698-701.
doi: 10.1007/s13238-015-0166-0.

Analysis of Phosphorylation Sites on Autophagy Proteins

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Analysis of Phosphorylation Sites on Autophagy Proteins

Wenzhi Feng et al. Protein Cell. .
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Phosphorylation status of Atg proteins under nutrient-rich and starvation conditions. (A–C) Schematic diagrams of the Atg31, Atg1 and Atg18 proteins showing the phosphorylation sites identified by MS. Blue, sites that are phosphorylated under both nutrient rich and starvation conditions; red, sites that are phosphorylated only under starvation conditions; black, sites that are phosphorylated only under nutrient-rich conditions. (D) MS1 intensity ratio (IR) of phosphorylated Atg1 peptides in nutrient-rich and starvation conditions. NA, no phospho-peptide detected. (E) MS1 intensity ratio (IR) of phosphorylated Atg18 peptides in nutrient-rich and starvation conditions. (F) Network of Atg proteins and the corresponding kinases predicted by iGPS

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