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Zhang X, et al. (2011) Two LXXLL motifs in the N terminus of Mps1 are required for Mps1 nuclear import during G(2)/M transition and sustained spindle checkpoint responses. Cell Cycle 10, 2742-50 21778823
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T12-p - TTK (human)
Modsite: DLsGRELtIDsIMNk SwissProt Entrez-Gene
Orthologous residues
TTK (human): T12‑p, TTK iso2 (human): T12‑p, TTK (mouse): T12‑p, TTK iso2 (mouse): T12‑p, TTK (rat): T12‑p, TTK (frog): K12‑p

S15-p - TTK (human)
Modsite: GRELtIDsIMNkVRD SwissProt Entrez-Gene
Orthologous residues
TTK (human): S15‑p, TTK iso2 (human): S15‑p, TTK (mouse): S15‑p, TTK iso2 (mouse): S15‑p, TTK (rat): S15‑p, TTK (frog): S15‑p

T33-p - TTK (human)
Modsite: kFkNEDLtDELsLNK SwissProt Entrez-Gene
Orthologous residues
TTK (human): T33‑p, TTK iso2 (human): T33‑p, TTK (mouse): T32‑p, TTK iso2 (mouse): T32‑p, TTK (rat): T32‑p, TTK (frog): T34‑p

S37-p - TTK (human)
Modsite: EDLtDELsLNKISAD SwissProt Entrez-Gene
Orthologous residues
TTK (human): S37‑p, TTK iso2 (human): S37‑p, TTK (mouse): S36‑p, TTK iso2 (mouse): S36‑p, TTK (rat): N36‑p, TTK (frog): T38‑p

S80-p - TTK (human)
Modsite: EkNSVPLsDALLNkL SwissProt Entrez-Gene
Orthologous residues
TTK (human): S80‑p, TTK iso2 (human): S80‑p, TTK (mouse): N76‑p, TTK iso2 (mouse): N76‑p, TTK (rat): N76‑p, TTK (frog): D81‑p
Downstream Regulation
Effect of modification (function):  intracellular localization