Terminusmodifications

There are 279 Terminusmodifications

  • Cysteine sulfenic acid (-SOH)

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0107
    PsiMod ID
    Category Oxidation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by oxidation of a
    residue
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Cysteine sulfinic acid (-SO2H)

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0108
    PsiMod ID
    Category Oxidation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by oxidation of a
    residue
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Deamidated asparagine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0116
    PsiMod ID
    Category (Not Available)
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation or Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    (Not Available)
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Deamidated glutamine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0117
    PsiMod ID
    Category (Not Available)
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation or Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    (Not Available)
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Decarboxylated threonine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0354
    PsiMod ID
    Category (Not Available)
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    (Not Available)
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Iodination

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID
    PsiMod ID
    Category Iodination
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the replacement of at
    least one hydrogen by iodine
    Definition
    Publications
  • Diiodotyrosine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0408
    PsiMod ID
    Category Iodination
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the replacement of at
    least one hydrogen by iodine
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Dimethylated arginine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0341
    PsiMod ID
    Category Methylation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the attachment of at
    least one methyl group
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Diphthamide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0118
    PsiMod ID
    Category (Not Available)
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    (Not Available)
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • FMN

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID
    PsiMod ID
    Category FMN
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein involved in flavin adenine mononucleotide synthesis or protein
    which contains at least one FMN as prosthetic group/cofactor
    (flavoproteins), such as many oxidation-reduction enzymes FMN is an
    electron carrier molecule that functions as a hydrogen acceptor The
    generic term "flavin" derives from the Latin word flavius ("yellow")
    because of the brilliant yellow color they exhibit as solids and in
    neutral aqueous solutions
    Definition
    Publications
  • FMN phosphoryl serine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0125
    PsiMod ID
    Category FMN
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein involved in flavin adenine mononucleotide synthesis or protein
    which contains at least one FMN as prosthetic group/cofactor
    (flavoproteins), such as many oxidation-reduction enzymes FMN is an
    electron carrier molecule that functions as a hydrogen acceptor The
    generic term "flavin" derives from the Latin word flavius ("yellow")
    because of the brilliant yellow color they exhibit as solids and in
    neutral aqueous solutions
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • FMN phosphoryl threonine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0126
    PsiMod ID
    Category FMN
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein involved in flavin adenine mononucleotide synthesis or protein
    which contains at least one FMN as prosthetic group/cofactor
    (flavoproteins), such as many oxidation-reduction enzymes FMN is an
    electron carrier molecule that functions as a hydrogen acceptor The
    generic term "flavin" derives from the Latin word flavius ("yellow")
    because of the brilliant yellow color they exhibit as solids and in
    neutral aqueous solutions
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Glutamate methyl ester (Gln)

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0127
    PsiMod ID
    Category Methylation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the attachment of at
    least one methyl group
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Glutamate methyl ester (Glu)

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0128
    PsiMod ID
    Category Methylation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the attachment of at
    least one methyl group
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Glutamic acid 1-amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0129
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Glutamine amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0130
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Glycine amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0132
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Organic radical

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID
    PsiMod ID
    Category Organic radical
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the formation of a
    stable radical Eg, <a href='/uniprot/P09373'>P09373</a> is posttranslationally interconverted,
    under anaerobic conditions, from an inactive to an active form that
    carries a stable radical localized to a specific glycine at the C-
    terminal region of the polypeptidic chain
    Definition
    Publications
  • Glycine radical

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0133
    PsiMod ID
    Category Organic radical
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the formation of a
    stable radical Eg, <a href='/uniprot/P09373'>P09373</a> is posttranslationally interconverted,
    under anaerobic conditions, from an inactive to an active form that
    carries a stable radical localized to a specific glycine at the C-
    terminal region of the polypeptidic chain
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Nucleotide-binding

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID
    PsiMod ID
    Category Nucleotide-binding
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which binds a nucleotide, a phosphate ester of a nucleoside
    consisting of a purine or pyrimidine base linked to ribose or
    deoxyribose phosphates
    Definition
    Publications
  • Glycyl adenylate

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0409
    PsiMod ID
    Category Nucleotide-binding
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which binds a nucleotide, a phosphate ester of a nucleoside
    consisting of a purine or pyrimidine base linked to ribose or
    deoxyribose phosphates
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Histidine amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0148
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Hydroxyproline

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0149
    PsiMod ID
    Category Hydroxylation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the attachment of at
    least one hydroxyl (-OH) group
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Hypusine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID
    PsiMod ID
    Category Hypusine
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified on at least one lysine
    residue to form hypusine (N-epsilon-(4-aminobutyl)lysine) This
    spermidine-dependent reaction is catalyzed by deoxyhypusine synthase
    and deoxyhypusine hydroxylase eIF-5A is the only protein in
    eukaryotes and archaebacteria known to contain hypusine
    Definition
    Publications
  • Hypusine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0150
    PsiMod ID
    Category Hypusine
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified on at least one lysine
    residue to form hypusine (N-epsilon-(4-aminobutyl)lysine) This
    spermidine-dependent reaction is catalyzed by deoxyhypusine synthase
    and deoxyhypusine hydroxylase eIF-5A is the only protein in
    eukaryotes and archaebacteria known to contain hypusine
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Iodotyrosine

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0411
    PsiMod ID
    Category Iodination
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the replacement of at
    least one hydrogen by iodine
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Isoleucine amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0161
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Lactic acid

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0163
    PsiMod ID
    Category (Not Available)
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    (Not Available)
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Leucine amide

    reported at 0 N-termini and 0 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0166
    PsiMod ID
    Category Amidation
    Cellular distribution Extracellular and lumenal localisation
    Description
    Peptide which is posttranslationally modified by C-terminal amidation
    The amino acid to be modified is almost always followed by a glycine,
    which provides the amide group In a first reaction step the glycine
    is oxidized to form alpha-hydroxy-glycine The oxidized glycine
    cleaves into the C-terminally amidated peptide and an N-glyoxylated
    peptide C-terminal amidation is essential to the biological activity
    of many neuropeptides and hormones In a few cases alpha-oxidative
    cleavage of an amino acid other than glycine has been observed All
    such cases are additionally annotated with the word "atypical" in the
    feature description
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
  • Leucine methyl ester

    reported at 0 N-termini and 6 C-Termini.

    UniProt ID PTM-0167
    PsiMod ID
    Category Methylation
    Cellular distribution Intracellular localisation
    Description
    Protein which is posttranslationally modified by the attachment of at
    least one methyl group
    Definition (Not Available)
    Publications
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