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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 6: The amino acid sequence of the human calcium-sensing receptor. The tyrosine residue at the site of signal peptide cleavage is indicated by “X.” The 19 conserved cysteines in the extracellular domain are indicated by filled triangles. The eight conserved N-linked glycosylation sites shown to be important for cell surface expression are indicated by open triangles. Predicted sites of protein kinase C phosphorylation are indicated by asterisks, whereas predicted sites of PKA phosphorylation are indicated by # symbols. The loops within the Venus-flytrap are underlined with dashed lines. The regions of the transmembrane domain that span the membrane are indicated by unbroken lines

Figure 6: The amino acid sequence of the human calcium-sensing receptor. The tyrosine residue at the site of signal peptide cleavage is indicated by “X.” The 19 conserved cysteines in the extracellular domain are indicated by filled triangles. The eight conserved N-linked glycosylation sites shown to be important for cell surface expression are indicated by open triangles. Predicted sites of <i>protein kinase C</i> phosphorylation are indicated by asterisks, whereas predicted sites of PKA phosphorylation are indicated by # symbols. The loops within the Venus-flytrap are underlined with dashed lines. The regions of the transmembrane domain that span the membrane are indicated by unbroken lines