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NFL (human) S56-p SSLSVRRsYSSSSGS
NFL (mouse) S56-p SSLSVRRsYSSSSGS 1, 5
NFL (rat) S56-p SSLSVRRsYSSSSGS 2, 3, 4
NFL (pig) S56-p SSLSVRRsYSSSSGL
NFL (cow) S56-p SSLSVRRsYSSSSGS 4

References

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Miao L, et al. (2013) 14-3-3 proteins interact with neurofilament protein-L and regulate dynamic assembly of neurofilaments. J Cell Sci 126, 427-36
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2

Heimfarth L, et al. (2012) Exposure of young rats to diphenyl ditelluride during lactation affects the homeostasis of the cytoskeleton in neural cells from striatum and cerebellum. Neurotoxicology 33, 1106-16
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3

Pierozan P, et al. (2010) Acute intrastriatal administration of quinolinic acid provokes hyperphosphorylation of cytoskeletal intermediate filament proteins in astrocytes and neurons of rats. Exp Neurol 224, 188-96
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4

Nakamura Y, et al. (2000) Major phosphorylation site (Ser55) of neurofilament L by cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase in rat primary neuronal culture. J Neurochem 74, 949-59
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5

Sihag RK, Nixon RA (1991) Identification of Ser-55 as a major protein kinase A phosphorylation site on the 70-kDa subunit of neurofilaments. Early turnover during axonal transport. J Biol Chem 266, 18861-7
1717455   Curated Info

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