Charge of Tyrosine in a Protein

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Mon Jul 12 15:09:00 EST 1993


We have recently been analyzing some results with site-directed mutations which
can be most easily explained if a tyrosine in a protein we have been analyzing
was negatively charged while the cells were at pH 7.0.  Is this possible (other
than if the tyrosine was phosphorylated) and if it is possible can anyone
suggest a reference on this?

Thanks
Steve
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