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PubMed Id: 22531928 
Yoshimi M, et al. (2012) Multiple phosphorylation sites are important for RUNX1 activity in early hematopoiesis and T-cell differentiation. Eur J Immunol 42, 1044-50 22531928
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S276-p - AML1 iso8 (human)
Orthologous residues
AML1 (human): S249‑p, AML1 iso2 (human): S249‑p, AML1 iso8 (human): S276‑p, AML1 iso10 (human): S264‑p, AML1 (mouse): S249‑p, AML1 (rat): S249‑p

S293-p - AML1 iso8 (human)
Orthologous residues
AML1 (human): S266‑p, AML1 iso2 (human): S266‑p, AML1 iso8 (human): S293‑p, AML1 iso10 (human): S281‑p, AML1 (mouse): S266‑p, AML1 (rat): S266‑p

T300-p - AML1 iso8 (human)
Orthologous residues
AML1 (human): T273‑p, AML1 iso2 (human): T273‑p, AML1 iso8 (human): T300‑p, AML1 iso10 (human): T288‑p, AML1 (mouse): T273‑p, AML1 (rat): T272‑p

S303-p - AML1 iso8 (human)
Orthologous residues
AML1 (human): S276‑p, AML1 iso2 (human): S276‑p, AML1 iso8 (human): S303‑p, AML1 iso10 (human): S291‑p, AML1 (mouse): S276‑p, AML1 (rat): S275‑p

S462-p - AML1 iso8 (human)
Orthologous residues
AML1 (human): S435‑p, AML1 iso2 (human): S435‑p, AML1 iso8 (human): S462‑p, AML1 iso10 (human): S450‑p, AML1 (mouse): S434‑p, AML1 (rat): S433‑p

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