Nitrosylation is a term used to describe the post-translational modification (PTM) in which nitric oxide is covalently incorporated into thiol groups of free cystine residues to form S-nitrothiols (SNOs). The reverse of this reaction is called denitrosylation. In order to prevent denitrosylation, SNOs are stored in vesicles and membranes. In response to various cellular signals, SNOs are released into the cytoplasm to be denitrosylated.
Nitrosylation Bioinformatics Tool
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