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Term:
N-terminal peptidyl-glutamine acetylation (GO:0017192)
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C-terminal peptidyl-glutamine amidation 
isopeptide cross-linking via N6-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-lysine  
N-terminal peptidyl-alanine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-arginine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-aspartic acid acetylation  
N-terminal peptidyl-cysteine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-glutamic acid acetylation  
N-terminal peptidyl-glutamine acetylation 
The acetylation of a glutamine residue in protein to form the N5-methyl-L-glutamine derivative. The occurrence of this modification has not been confirmed. Its annotation in sequence databases is either due to the misidentification of 2-pyrrolidone-5-carboxylic acid, or to inappropriate homolog comparisons when proteolytic modification is more probable.
N-terminal peptidyl-glutamine methylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-glycine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-isoleucine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-lysine acetylation +   
N-terminal peptidyl-methionine acetylation +   
N-terminal peptidyl-proline acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-serine acetylation +   
N-terminal peptidyl-threonine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-tyrosine acetylation 
N-terminal peptidyl-valine acetylation 
peptide cross-linking via 2-imino-glutaminyl-5-imidazolinone glycine 
peptide cross-linking via S-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-cysteine 
peptidyl-glutamine esterification +  
peptidyl-L-glutamic acid 5-methyl ester biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glutamic acid or peptidyl-glutamine +  
peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-omega-hydroxyceramide ester biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glutamine 
peptidyl-pyroglutamic acid biosynthetic process, using glutaminyl-peptide cyclotransferase  

Synonyms
Xrefs: RESID:AA0045
Definition Sources: RESID:AA0045

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