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From: Mass spectrometry as a tool for studying autism spectrum disorder

Figure 2

Most common protein PTMs possibly relevant in ASD. Despite the numerous susceptibility genes advanced for ASD, none of these genes has been confirmed to date. Perhaps, genetic disturbances in ASD manifest themselves first on the protein level as aberrant modifications of a protein or a set of proteins (e.g. truncation, phosphorylation, glycosylation, disulfide-bridge or protein-protein interaction).

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