Protein searches were performed with MaxQuant 1.5.3.8 software against a database comprising 246 common contaminant proteins and the SWISS-PROT database for humans (version 2014_07; downloaded from www.uniprot.org). Triple multiplicities for Lys0 and Arg0, Lys4 and Arg6, and Lys8 and Arg10 were used for SILAC quantitation, and the variable modifications were methionine (M) oxidation, protein N-terminal acetylation, and lysine (K) acetylation. The maximum number of missed cleavage sites was set to 2, and the false discovery rate identification acceptance criteria were less than 1% for peptides, proteins, and modification sites.

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