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From: Circles within circles: crosstalk between protein Ser/Thr/Tyr-phosphorylation and Met oxidation

Figure 4

Results from GO analyses. The proteins (test set) that contain a Met residue within ± 6 window around known phosphorylation sites are enriched (p < 0.05, hypergeometric test and z-score > 1.96; X-axis shows the log2 ratio of number of each significantly enriched GO term in test set against background set) for several GO terms against the total phosphoproteins (background set) in plant (A. thaliana, A), yeast (S. cerevisiae, B) and animal (H. sapiens, C). In general Met oxidation and phosphorylation cross-talk are more likely in protein kinases, as several GO terms related to kinase activity as enriched in all three taxa. (BP: Biological Process, MF: Molecular Function, and CC: Cellular Component).

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