Posttranslational modifications

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  • Detailed knowledge of the three-dimensional (3D) structure of a protein is essential for the proper understanding of its function(s) that could be modified through posttranslational modifications (PTMs).

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  • Protein phosphorylation is a reversible posttranslational modification catalyzed by protein kinases and reversely by protein phosphatases. There are about 500 protein kinases and 25-30 phosphatases in human genome. Each kinase and phosphatase targets multiple substrates. Thus, protein phosphorylation is a most versatile signaling regulatory mechanism and constitutes a most complicated signaling network in living organisms. In fact, protein phosphorylation governs all aspects of physiological and pathological processes in human health....

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  • Transcriptional activation can be divided into three main mechanisms: 1. Events that alter chromatin structure can enhance the access of transcription factors to DNA. For example, histone acetylation generally opens chromatin structure and is correlated with transcriptional activation. 2. Posttranslational modifications of transcription factors, such as phosphorylation, can induce the assembly of active transcription complexes.

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  • Susan L.Lindquist*† and Steven Henikoff‡ *Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02142; and ‡The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA 98109 Over the past half-century, the central dogma, in which DNA makes RNA makes protein, has dominated thinking in biology, with continuing refinements in understanding of DNA inheritance, gene expression, and macromolecular interactions. However, we have also witnessed the elucidation of epigenetic phenomena that violate conventional notions of inheritance.

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  • part 2 book “general and molecular pharmacology” has contents: control of drug plasma concentration, drug–receptor interactions- quantitative and qualitative aspects, receptors and modulation of their response, adaptation to drug response and drug dependence, pharmacological modulation of posttranslational modifications, calcium homeostasis within the cells,… and other contents.

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  • Cancer antigen CA125 represents an extracellular part of transmembrane mucin MUC16 and may be expressed in tissues of the male reproductive tract. It reaches human seminal plasma (hSP) after undergoing the main processes involved in protein speciation: Synthesis, posttranslational modifications, compartmentalization, and auto/proteolytic degradation.

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