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2AB: red curves). The GST-C-SH2 and GST-N,C-(SH2)2 proteins gave minor responses with the pY515 ligand, while the free C-SH2 and N,C-(SH2)2 domains showed significant interaction (Fig. 2C-F: red curves). These results indicate that the GST part of these fusion proteins blocked the access to a pY515 interaction site, which became available for binding in the GST-free C-SH2 and N,C-(SH2)2 domains. Together, Figures 2C and 2D indicate that the CSH2 domain holds 2 different binding sites. One of these is accessible (C1-site) and the other is blocked (C2-site) in the GST-C-SH2 form.
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