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PDAP1 (human)
p Phosphorylation
ac Acetylation
me Methylation
m1 Mono-methylation
m2 Di-methylation
m3 Tri-methylation
ub Ubiquitination
sm Sumoylation
ne Neddylation
gl O-GlcNAc
ga O-GalNAc
pa Palmitoylation
ad Adenylylation
sn S-Nitrosylation
ca Caspase cleavage
sc Succinylation

Overview
PDAP1 Enhances PDGFA-stimulated cell growth in fibroblasts, but inhibits the mitogenic effect of PDGFB. Belongs to the PDAP1 family. Note: This description may include information from UniProtKB.
Biological Process: cell proliferation; signal transduction
Reference #:  Q13442 (UniProtKB)
Alt. Names/Synonyms: 28 kDa heat- and acid-stable phosphoprotein; HAP28; HASPP28; PAP; PAP1; PDAP1; PDGF associated protein; PDGF-associated protein; PDGFA associated protein 1; PDGFA-associated protein 1
Gene Symbols: PDAP1
Molecular weight: 20,630 Da
Basal Isoelectric point: 8.84  Predict pI for various phosphorylation states
Protein-Specific Antibodies or siRNAs from Cell Signaling Technology® Total Proteins
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PDAP1

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Modification Sites in Parent Protein, Orthologs, and Isoforms Show Modification Legend
 

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 SS 

SS: The number of records in which this modification site was determined using site-specific methods. SS methods include amino acid sequencing, site-directed mutagenesis, modification site-specific antibodies, specific MS strategies, etc.


 MS 

MS: The number of records in which this modification site was assigned using ONLY proteomic discovery-mode mass spectrometry.


       human

 
0 167 Y17-p HKGRARQytsPEEID
0 284 T18-p KGRARQytsPEEIDA
0 40 S19-p GRARQytsPEEIDAQ
0 1 K31-ub DAQLQAEkQKAREEE
0 2 A48 KEGGDGAAGDPkkEk
0 3 K52-ac DGAAGDPkkEkKsLD
0 2 K53-ac GAAGDPkkEkKsLDs
0 1 K55-ac AGDPkkEkKsLDsDE
0 72 S57-p DPkkEkKsLDsDEsE
0 362 S60-p kEkKsLDsDEsEDEE
0 440 S63-p KsLDsDEsEDEEDDy
0 204 Y70-p sEDEEDDyQQKRkGV
0 1 K75-ac DDyQQKRkGVEGLID
0 16 T97-p AQTTKKVtQLDLDGP
0 1 K105-ub QLDLDGPkELSRRER
0 1 S108 LDGPkELSRREREEI
0 1 K117-ub REREEIEkQKAKERY
0 3 K126-m1 KAKERYMkMHLAGkT
0 7 K132-ac MkMHLAGkTEQAkAD
0 2 K132-ub MkMHLAGkTEQAkAD
0 2 K137-ub AGkTEQAkADLARLA
0 1 T168 RKAKDDATLsGkRMQ
0 1 S170-p AKDDATLsGkRMQsL
0 111 K172-ac DDATLsGkRMQsLsL
0 65 S176-p LsGkRMQsLsLNK__
0 16 S178-p GkRMQsLsLNK____
  mouse

 
Y17-p HKGRVRQytsPEEID
T18-p KGRVRQytsPEEIDA
S19-p GRVRQytsPEEIDAQ
K31 DAQLQAEKQKANEED
S48-p EEGGDGAsGDPkkEK
K52-ac DGAsGDPkkEKKsLD
K53-ac GAsGDPkkEKKsLDs
K55 sGDPkkEKKsLDsDE
S57-p DPkkEKKsLDsDEsE
S60-p kEKKsLDsDEsEDED
S63-p KsLDsDEsEDEDDDy
Y70-p sEDEDDDyQQKRKGV
K75 DDyQQKRKGVEGLID
T97 AQTTKKVTQLDLDGP
K105 QLDLDGPKELsRRER
S108-p LDGPKELsRREREEI
K117 REREEIEKQKAKERY
K126 KAKERYMKMHLAGKT
K132 MKMHLAGKTEQAKAD
K132 MKMHLAGKTEQAKAD
K137 AGKTEQAKADLARLA
T168-p RKAKDDAtLsGkRMQ
S170-p AKDDAtLsGkRMQsL
K172-ac DDAtLsGkRMQsLsL
S176-p LsGkRMQsLsLNK__
S178-p GkRMQsLsLNK____
  rat

 
Y17 HKGRVRQYtSPEEID
T18-p KGRVRQYtSPEEIDA
S19 GRVRQYtSPEEIDAQ
K31 DAQLQAEKQKANEED
S48-p EEGGDGAsGDPKKEK
K52 DGAsGDPKKEKKsLD
K53 GAsGDPKKEKKsLDs
K55 sGDPKKEKKsLDsDE
S57-p DPKKEKKsLDsDEsE
S60-p KEKKsLDsDEsEDED
S63-p KsLDsDEsEDEDDDY
Y70 sEDEDDDYQQKRKGV
K75 DDYQQKRKGVEGLID
T97 AQTTKKVTQLDLDGP
K105 QLDLDGPKELSRRER
S108 LDGPKELSRREREEI
K117 REREEIEKQKAKERY
K126 KAKERYMKMHLAGKT
K132 MKMHLAGKTEQAKAD
K132 MKMHLAGKTEQAKAD
K137 AGKTEQAKADLARLA
T168 RKAKDDATLSGKRMQ
S170 AKDDATLSGKRMQSL
K172 DDATLSGKRMQSLSL
S176 LSGKRMQSLSLNK__
S178 GKRMQSLSLNK____
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