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Fig. 6 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 6

From: Characterization of tick organic anion transporting polypeptides (OATPs) upon bacterial and viral infections

Fig. 6

Analysis of glycosylation and myristoylation sites in OATPs from medically important vectors. Amino acid sequences of several OATPs were individually analyzed at Biology WorkBench (a, b), NCBI conserved domain search (a) and PROSITE (b) databases for glycosylation (a) and myristoylation (b) sites. Histograms represent the number of post-translational modification sites on each OATP. The post-translational modifications in the transmembrane regions within each OATP were not considered for histogram plots. GenBank accession numbers and organism names are shown at the bottom of the figure

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