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  1. the phospho diester bond it is a phospho diester bond. Because what we are going to look at
  2. phospho-olivine materials, and this research area
  3. that recruits a protein that binds to that phospho-protein complex,
  4. they are typically phospho-proteins themselves.
  5. AA itself is regulated by phosphorylation. It's a phospho-protein and
  6. This conversion from the phospho-form to the dephospho-form is mediated by
  7. Well phospho means it's got a phosphate.
  8. There's the phospho part, there is the glycero part
  9. acids and the tri glycerol phospho phospoglycerides. This is the choline. We had phosphadylcholine
  10. is attached here. We can have phosphoserine, where the phospho is attached here, i.e.,
  11. When we have a representation, you know what the phospho diester bond means? This is the
  12. phospho diester bond.If you have an addition, it is going to be added on this side. Just
  13. for the nucleic acids. You know that they are all linked by phospho diester bonds. So
  14. That's actually a phospho-bilipd layer.
  15. And then maybe there will be a phospho-bilipid layer.
  16. we're getting half as much ERK activation, assessed by a simple assay of phospho- or activated ERK,
  17. So, actually, almost all G proteins are very slow enzymes, very slow phospho-transfer enzymes.
  18. in this case a phospho-diester linkage, and you are now using
  19. a spontaneous phospho-transesterification reaction
  20. Cdk function and phospho-regulation.