Table 2: Phosphopeptides and phosphoproteins characterized in human BAL.

Database accession codeEntry nameProtein name
 Phosphopeptide characterizeda
Siteb

(1) P08670VIME_HUMANVimentin
 QVQS*LTCEVDALKS325
(2) P02794FRIH_HUMANFerritin heavy chain
 KM#GAPESGLAEYLFDKHTLGDS*DNESS179
 KMGAPESGLAEYLFDKHTLGDS*DNESS179
 MGAPESGLAEYLFDKHTLGDS*DNESS179
 HTLGDS*DNESS179
 KMGAPESGLAEYLFDKHTLGDSDNES*(S183)
 MGAPESGLAEYLFDKHTLGDSDNES*S183
(3) P30086PEBP1_HUMANPhosphatidylethanolamine-binding protein 1
 NRPTS*ISWDGLDSGKS52
(4) P13796PLSL_HUMANPlastin-2
 GS*VSDEEM#M#ELRS5
 GS*VSDEEMM#ELRS5
 GS*VSDEEMMELRS5
 EGES*LEDLMKS257
(5) Q9H3Z4DNJC5_HUMANDnaJ homolog subfamily C member 5
 S*LSTSGESLYHVLGLDK(S8)
(6) P27816MAP4_HUMANMicrotubule-associated protein 4
 DVT*PPPETEVVLIKT521
(7) P21333FLNA_HUMANFilamin-A
 RAPS*VANVGSHCDLSLKS2152
 CSGPGLS*PGMVRS1459
(8) P08575PTPRC_HUMANReceptor-type tyrosine-protein phosphatase C
 NRNS*NVIPYDYNRS973
(9) P01042KNG1_HUMANKininogen-1
 ETTCSKES*NEELTESCETKS332
(10) P02765FETUA_HUMANAlpha-2-HS-glycoprotein
 CDSSPDS*AEDVRKS138
 CDSSPDS*AEDVRS138
(11) Q15637SF01_HUMANSplicing factor 1
 TGDLGIPPNPEDRS*PS*PEPIYNSEGKS80; S82
(12) Q9UK76HN1_HUMANHematological and neurological expressed 1 protein
 RNS*SEASSGDFLDLK(S87)
(13) Q7Z3D4LYSM3_HUMANLysM and putative peptidoglycan-binding domain-containing protein 3
 S*TSRDRLDDIIVLTK(S53)
(14) P02671FIBA_HUMANFibrinogen alpha chain
 PGSTGTWNPGS*SERS364
(15) P09651ROA1_HUMANHeterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein A1
 SES*PKEPEQLR(S6)
(16) P51858HDGF_HUMANHepatoma-derived growth factor
 AGDLLEDS*PKRPKS165
 RAGDLLEDS*PKS165
 AGDLLEDS*PKS165
 GNAEGSS*DEEGKLVIDEPAK(S133)
(17) Q9H2C0GAN_HUMANGigaxonin
 FGAVACGVAMELY*VFGGVRY471
(18) Q13637RAB32_HUMANRas-related protein Rab-32
 DSS*QSPSQVDQFCK(S152)
(19) P35579MYH9_HUMANMyosin-9
 KGAGDGS*DEEVDGKS1943
(20) P07900HS90A_HUMANHeat shock protein HSP 90-alpha
 DKEVS*DDEAEEKS231
(21) P08238HS90B_HUMANHeat shock protein HSP 90-beta
 IEDVGS*DEEDDSGKDKKS255
 IEDVGS*DEEDDSGKDKS255
 IEDVGS*DEEDDSGKS255

aSTY* denotes phosphorylated amino acid. M# denotes oxidized methionine.
bPhosphorylation sites were assigned based on MS/MS product ions. Parentheses indicate cases where an alternative site is possible.