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(Science: protein) proteins that contain phosphate groups esterified to serine, threonine or tyrosine (s, T or Y). The phosphate group usually regulates protein function.

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... modification by phosphorylation plays an essential role in regulating mitosis and preventing cancer. This research is designed to identify novel phosphoproteins and post-translational modifications that regulate mitotic progression." OR.......from outer space: "Interplanetary dust particles ...

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