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Arindam paul Asked a Question
September 15, 2020 12:24 pmpts 30 pts
His, Lys , Glu don't have OH. Can they be phosphorylated?
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  • Narayan singh thankyou
    his is phosphorylate. Lysine  Phosphorylation of the nitrogens of Lys has been reported in some mammals, by biochemical methods, but the kinases involved have not been purified.
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  • Anup Padwal thankyou
    Only His can be phosphorhylated to its H of ring as in attachment. Lysine and Glutamic acid cannot be phosphorylated
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