Figure 8.

Analysis of potential NQO2 phosphorylation sites. A) Relative NQO2 activities of putative phosphorylation site mutants. Mutation of either Ser 16 or Ser 20 results in diminished activity, with the phosphorylation-mimicking S16D mutation having the most drastic effect. B) Ser 16 and Ser 20 are located next to the binding site for adenine and diphosphate moieties of the FAD cofactor. Ser 20 is solvent-exposed and involved in recognition of the FAD adenine moiety, while Ser 16 is mostly buried and involved in interactions that help form the adenine binding site. The FAD cofactor (yellow) and selected residues (green) are shown as stick models. Hydrogen bonds are depicted as dashed lines.

Winger et al. BMC Structural Biology 2009 9:7   doi:10.1186/1472-6807-9-7
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