Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have identified a new protein post-translational modification that appears to play a role in glycolysis.

Described in a paper published last week in Science, the modification occurs when the primary glycolytic metabolite 1,3 bisphospoglycerate reacts with protein lysine residues to form 3-phosphoglyceryl-lysine, or pgK.

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