Nematodes: posttranslationally modified tubulin?

Jean-Lou Justine justine at cimrs1.mnhn.fr
Thu Jan 23 10:38:37 EST 1997


        Has anybody data or reference about the presence/absence of
posttranslationally modified tubulin (acetylated, detyrosinated,
tyrosinated, polyglutamylated, or polyglycylated) in nematodes?
        Although these post-translational modifications have been recorded
in a variety of organisms (from Protozoa to Man), I could not find a
reference dealing with nematodes.
        Thank you for your help.
Jean-lou Justine

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