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Which of the following post-translational modifications is most likely to be found on a cyclin B protein that is targeted for degradation?

(A) Acetylated lysine residues
(B) Phosphorylated serine residues
(C) Phosphorylated threonine residues
(D) Phosphorylated tyrosine residues
(E) Ubiquitinated lysine residues
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E- ubiquination= target from proteasome
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I m gona go with E
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My answer is EE

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