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Fig. 3 | Cell Communication and Signaling

Fig. 3

From: Experimental detection of short regulatory motifs in eukaryotic proteins: tips for good practice as well as for bad

Fig. 3

Example of a protein containing multiple linear motifs. Depicted is the output of an ELM [26] query using the p21Cip1 Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 1 (Uniprot-Acc:P38936). Upper rows contain annotations/predictions from phospho.ELM [86], SMART [52]/PFAM [51] domain content, and GlobPlot [87]/IUPred [54] disorder predictors. Each subsequent line represents a linear motif class as annotated by ELM with the name on the left side and the instances found depicted on the right side in graphical representation. The already known motifs are annotated (coloured in dark red), the remaining matches (coloured in shades of blue) are candidates of varying likelihood to be real, with one measure being how conserved they are in proteins from other species

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