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INSR (human) T1375-p KKNGRILtLPRSNPS Links 2, 4, 5
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INSR (rat) T1376-p KKNGRVLtLPRSNPS Links 1, 6



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Lewis RE, Cao L, Perregaux D, Czech MP (1990) Threonine 1336 of the human insulin receptor is a major target for phosphorylation by protein kinase C. Biochemistry 29, 1807-13
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Koshio O, Akanuma Y, Kasuga M (1989) Identification of a phosphorylation site of the rat insulin receptor catalyzed by protein kinase C in an intact cell. FEBS Lett 254, 22-4
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