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From the mention of “aromatic residues” in the figure legend (in a different context) I assume Ar stands for aromatic residues. Ar is certainly not an abbreviation for arginine. I would guess that [H/+] means either histidine or any positively-charged residue. I think that the authors of the paper should have pointed this out in the figure legend, and that ...


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Ar means aromatic and + means positively charged residues. However, this is not a standard code (as of now). From the same paper: Sequences closely matching these optimal binding motifs, R-X-[Ar/S]-[+]-pS-[LEAM]-P and R-[S/Ar]-[+]-pS-[LEAM]-P, denoted as mode 1 and mode 2 consensus sequences, were found to be present in many known 14-3-3 ligands ( Yaffe ...



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