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/fɑsfɹ̩ɪlejtɪŋ/

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  1. those tyrosine kinases and all the rest of these are phosphorylating serine and threonine.
  2. which ends up phosphorylating..these little yellow circles here are phosphate groups
  3. PKA, the cyclic-AMP dependent protein kinase, can feedback regulate the receptors by phosphorylating it
  4. in other words, the greater its specific activity for phosphorylating the receptors,
  5. on each phosphorylating the other can occur, and soon the receptors
  6. the cells trap the glucose by phosphorylating it.
  7. So, we now have a further understanding of what you achieve by phosphorylating this kinase.
  8. This different protein kinase then is active in phosphorylating
  9. something that's the equivalent of phosphorylating a protein you're adding
  10. phosphorylating target tyrosine amino acids
  11. events are very important phosphorylating in rather
  12. and phosphorylating target residues on the
  13. phosphorylating response proteins that elicit a cellular response
  14. ATP. So we're phosphorylating ADP. So we're taking that phosphate, attaching it to ADP