LTP 

LTP (Low Throughput Papers) : The number of records in which this modification site was determined using methods other than discovery mass spectrometry.


 HTP 

HTP (High Throughput Papers): The number of records in which this modification site was assigned using ONLY proteomic discovery mass spectrometry.


       human

 
1 0   K7‑ub _MGEFNEkkTTCGTV
1 1   K8‑ub MGEFNEkkTTCGTVC
1 0   K17‑ub TCGTVCLkYLLFTYN
0 1   Y48‑p TLALKSDyISLLASG
0 1   K132 NLKDTMTKRYHQPGH
0 1   K132‑ub NLKDTMTkRYHQPGH
0 1   N159 EFHCCGSNNSQDWRD
0 1   K186‑ub VVPDSCCkTVVALCG
0 1   S199‑p CGQRDHAsNIYKVEG
0 4   K249‑ub CCLYRSLkLEHy___
0 1   Y253‑p RSLkLEHy_______
  mouse

 
K7 _MGEFNEKKATCGTV
K8 MGEFNEKKATCGTVC
K17 TCGTVCLKYLLFTYN
Y48 TLALKSDYISLLASS
K132 NLKDTMVKRYHQSGH
K132 NLKDTMVKRYHQSGH
N159‑ng EFHCCGSnNSQDWQD
K186 VVPDSCCKTMVAGCG
S199 CGKRDHASNIYKVEG
K249‑ub CCLYRSLkLEHY___
Y253 RSLkLEHY_______
  rat

 
K7 _MGEFNEKKATCGTV
K8 MGEFNEKKATCGTVC
K17 TCGTVCLKYLLFTYN
Y48 TLALKSDYISLLASS
K132‑ac NLKDTMIkRYHQSGH
K132 NLKDTMIKRYHQSGH
N159 EFHCCGSNNSRDWRD
K186 VVPDSCCKTVVTGCG
S199 CGKREHASNIYKVEG
K249 CCLYRSLKLEHY___
Y253 RSLKLEHY_______