Nitration is a post-translational modification (PTM) in which a nitro group is attached to amino acid residues of a protein following translation. Nitration typically takes place on tyrosine or tryptophan residues. When a tyrosine amino acid residue is nitrated, it is commonly referred to as protein tyrosine nitration. When a tryptophan amino acid residue is nitrated, it is commonly referred to as protein tryptophan nitration.
Nitration Bioinformatics Tool
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