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Term:histone H2A-S139 phosphorylation
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Definition:The modification of histone H2A by the addition of an phosphate group to a serine residue at position 139 of the histone.
Comment:Residue 1 of histone H2AX is taken as the first residue following removal of the initiating Methionine (Met).
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: histone H2A.x phosphorylation at S139


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G MST1 macrophage stimulating 1 JBrowse link 3 50,855,283 50,856,052 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 12351
    metabolic process 7852
      primary metabolic process 6935
        protein metabolic process 3953
          protein modification process 2928
            cellular protein modification process 2928
              protein phosphorylation 1612
                histone phosphorylation 35
                  histone-serine phosphorylation 8
                    histone H2A-S139 phosphorylation 1
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  biological_process 12351
    metabolic process 7852
      nitrogen compound metabolic process 6579
        organonitrogen compound metabolic process 4579
          protein metabolic process 3953
            cellular protein metabolic process 3580
              cellular protein modification process 2928
                peptidyl-amino acid modification 1000
                  peptidyl-serine modification 281
                    peptidyl-serine phosphorylation 260
                      histone-serine phosphorylation 8
                        histone H2A-S139 phosphorylation 1
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