All terms in MOD

Label Id Description
S-stearoyl-L-cysteine MOD_00816 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-cysteine residue to S-stearoyl-L-cysteine.]
S-stearoylated residue MOD_02006 [A protein modification that effectively replaces a residue sulfanyl group with a stearoylsulfanyl group.]
S-acylated L-cysteine MOD_02005 [A protein modification that effectively replaces an sulfanyl hydrogen atom of L-cysteine with an acyl group.]
3'-geranyl-2',3'-dihydro-2',N2-cyclo-L-tryptophan MOD_00817 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-tryptophan residue to 3'-geranyl-2',3'-dihydro-2',N2-cyclo-L-tryptophan.]
isoprenylated tryptophan MOD_01115 [A protein modification that effectively replaces a hydrogen atom of an L-tryptophan residue with a group derived from an isoprene polymer, such as a geranyl (C10), farnesyl (C15) or geranylgeranyl (C20).]
cyclized residue MOD_00601 [A protein modification that effectively produces an heterocyclic amino acid with a covalent bond between the side chain and either its alpha amino or 1-carboxyl group, possibly breaking the peptide chain.]
glycosylphosphatidylinositolated residue MOD_00818 [A protein modification that effectively converts a residue to a glycosylphosphatidylinositolethanolamidated.]
phosphorus containing modified residue MOD_00861 [A protein modification that produces an amino acid residue containing a phosphorus atom.]
lipoconjugated residue MOD_01155 [A protein modification that effectively results from forming an adduct with a compound containing a lipid-like group either through acylation, alkylation, or amidation.]
glycoconjugated residue MOD_00764 [A protein modification that effectively results from forming an adduct with a carbohydrate-like group either through enzymatic formation of a glycosidic bond, or through non-enzymatic glycation formation of a Schiff-base or an Amadori ketosamine residue adduct.]
L-2-aminobutanoic acid (Glu) MOD_00819 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-glutamic acid residue to L-2-aminobutanoic acid.]
modified L-glutamic acid residue MOD_00906 [A protein modification that modifies an L-glutamic acid residue.]
O-fucosyl-L-serine MOD_00812 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-serine residue to an O-fucosylserine.]
O-glycosyl-L-serine MOD_00002 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-serine residue to O3-glycosylserine.]
fucosylated residue MOD_00614 [A protein modification that effectively replaces a hydrogen atom of an amino acid residue or of a modifying group with a fucose (6-deoxy-D-galactose) group through a glycosidic bond.]
O-fucosyl-L-threonine MOD_00813 [A protein modification that effectively converts an threonine residue to an O-fucosylthreonine.]
O-glycosyl-L-threonine MOD_00005 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-threonine residue to O3-glycosylthreonine.]
O-xylosyl-L-serine MOD_00814 [A protein modification that effectively converts an L-serine residue to O3-xylosylserine.]
molybdopterin MOD_00815 [OBSOLETE because redundant with MOD:00151. Remap to MOD:00151.]
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