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What does T17M stand for?

T17M stands for threonine-17 --> methionine

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Autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa caused by the threonine-17-methionine rhodopsin mutation: retinal histopathology and immunocytochemistry. Exp Eye Res 58:397–408 (1994) by Li ZY, Jacobson SG, Milam AH.
The threonine-17 ? methionine (T17M) mutation is a class II rhodopsin mutation, characterized by a thermal instability/folding defect and minimal regeneration with the chromophore. The proline-347 ? serine (P347S) mutation belongs to class I, comprised of a smaller number of mutations that exhibit no recognized biochemical abnormality in vitro.
The threonine-17 --> methionine (T17M) mutation is a class II rhodopsin mutation, characterized by a thermal instability/folding defect and minimal regeneration with the chromophore. The proline-347 --> serine (P347S) mutation belongs to class I, comprised of a smaller number of mutations that exhibit no recognized biochemical abnormality in vitro. In the present study, each of the two mouse models was fed a diet containing 2.
The threonine-17 ? methionine (T17M) mutation is a class II rhodopsin mutation, characterized by a thermal instability/folding defect and minimal regeneration with the chromophore. The proline-347 ? serine (P347S) mutation belongs to class I, comprised of a smaller number of mutations that exhibit no recognized biochemical abnormality in vitro. In the present study, each of the two mouse models was fed a diet containing 2.