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From: Systematic identification of the lysine lactylation in the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii

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Characterization of lysine lactylome of T. gondii. A Probability sequence motifs of Toxoplasma lactylation sites consisting of 20 residues surrounding the targeted lysine residue. The central K (at position 0) indicates the lactylation lysine. All of the flanking amino acid residues are indicated with the letters differing in height, with the differences corresponding to their frequencies in the respective position. B Heat map showing the frequency of certain amino acids in specific positions flanking the lactylated lysine in Toxoplasma. Red and green indicates high frequency and low frequency, respectively. CF KOG annotation functional classification of the identified lactylated proteins (C) and GO-based enrichment analysis of lactylated proteins according to biological process (D), cellular component (E) and molecular function (F). P < 0.05 indicates a significant difference. Abbreviations: COG, Cluster of Orthologous Groups of proteins database; KOG, Eukaryotic Orthologous Groups

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