Modifying Groups

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Author:
mnvang321
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294097
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Modifying Groups
Updated:
2015-01-27 20:04:12
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cellbio
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cell bio
Description:
Some molecules covalently attached to proteins regulate protein function. Modifying groups and some prominent functions.
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  1. Drives the assembly of a protein into larger complexes.
    Phosphate on Ser, Thr, or Tyr.
  2. Helps to create histone code in chromatin through forming either mono-, di-, or tri-methyl lysine
    Methyl on Lys
  3. Helps to creates histone code in chromatin.
    Acetyl on Lysine
  4. This fatty acid addition drives protein association with membranes.
    Palmityl grop on Cys
  5. Controls enzyme activity and gene expression in glucose homeostasis.
    N-acetylglucosamine on Ser, or Thr
  6. Monoubiquitin addition regulates the transport of membrane proteins in vesicles.

    A polyubiquitin chain targets a protein for degradation.
    Ubiquitin on Lys

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