posttranslational modifications (was about Nematodes)

faguero faguero at iib.uba.ar
Fri Jan 24 10:31:30 EST 1997


>Subject:     Nematodes: posttranslationally modified tubulin?
>Sent:        23/01/97 12:38 PM
>Received:    23/01/97 6:07 PM
>From:        Jean-Lou Justine, justine at cimrs1.mnhn.fr
>To:          parasitology at net.bio.net
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>        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.

It seems we have a protein with an as yet unknown post-translational 
modification, so
I'm also interested in this topic (in Protozoa). Where can i find the 
literature where these or other modifications were observed? Can you or 
anybody point me to a general review, original papers or some text book 
about post-translational modifications?
I'm looking for some compiled source of all post-translational 
modifications known to date.
Thanks in advance.


>        Thank you for your help.
>Jean-lou Justine
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