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Referring to events that occur after translation.


(pōst′trăns-lā′shə-nəl, -trănz-)
Of or relating to a substance or process, such as the addition of sugar groups to form a glycoprotein, that occurs or is formed after translation of protein: a posttranslational modification.
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An intracellular signal transduction cascade, culminating in the activation of Hog1, a yeast homolog of MAPK, conveys stress signal downstream, initiating both posttranslational and transcriptional regulatory events (Mettetal et al.
Differential requirement of CAAX-mediated posttranslational processing for Rheb localization and signaling.
2011), alterations in posttranslational histone modifications (Kim and Shukla 2005; Pal-Bhadra et al.
In fact, biologics are rarely, if ever, limited to a single defined entity; typically, biologics contain a range of discrete molecular entities, differing in posttranslational modifications or other minor structural features.
of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard University "Thiazole Peptide Antibiotic Biosynthesis: A Cascade of Posttranslational Modifications"
Posttranslational Modification of Transcription Factors and Inflammatory Signaling Molecules
39%); posttranslational modification, protein turnover, and chaperones (10.
A speculation on the source of these antibodies suggests that posttranslational modifications (glycosylation and phosphorylation) of some proteins may create neo-epitopes for the production of autoantibodies (14, 15).
PADI4 gene encodes an enzyme that is responsible for posttranslational conversion of arginine residues to citrulline.
Of these identified proteins, enzyme digestions and chemical oxidation suggest posttranslational modifications of some proteins e.
GGTase I catalyzes the lipid posttranslational modification which is required for the function of Rho GTPases (frequently found aberrantly activated in human cancer).

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