A protein modification that effectively converts an L-serine residue to O3-xylosylserine. [ PubMed:8747463 https://proteininformationresource.org/cgi-bin/resid?id=AA0406 ]

Synonyms: O-glycosylserine O3-xylosylserine OXylSer O-xylosyl-L-serine CARBOHYD O-linked (Xyl) serine O-(beta-D-xylopyranosyl)-L-serine (2S)-2-amino-3-(alpha-D-xylopyranosyloxy)propanoic acid

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Term information

database cross reference
  • DiffFormula: (C 5 H 8 N 0 O 4)
  • Formula: (C 8 H 13 N 1 O 6)
  • Origin: (S)
  • Source: (artifact)
  • MassMono: (219.074287)
  • UniProt: (PTM-0598)
  • DiffMono: (132.042259)
  • MassAvg: (219.19)
  • TermSpec: (none)
  • DiffAvg: (132.12)
Alternate name from RESID
O-glycosylserine

Name from RESID
O-xylosyl-L-serine

Protein feature description from UniProtKB
CARBOHYD O-linked (Xyl) serine

Systematic name from RESID
(2S)-2-amino-3-(alpha-D-xylopyranosyloxy)propanoic acid

Alternate name from RESID
O-(beta-D-xylopyranosyl)-L-serine

Alternate name from RESID
O3-xylosylserine

comment

One glycosylated serine with weak electron density was modeled as O3-alpha-xylosylserine, while O3-alpha-mannosyl serine and threonine were modeled at ten other positions. The authors do not discuss this exception or provide chemical evidence for it. Since an O3-xylosyl serine modification has not been reported in any other fungal proteins, the modification is probably also an O3-alpha-mannosyl serine, see MOD:00810 [JSG].

id

MOD:00814

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