WHICH MOTIFS ARE CHECKED FOR A MATCH WITH EVERY SITE?

The 33 motifs that are included in our analysis are the following:
PKA R-X-S/T1
R-R/K-X-S/T1
K-R-X-X-S/T1
CK1 S-X-X-S/T1
S/T-X-X-X-S1
CK2 S/T-X-X-E1
GSK3 S-X-X-X-S2
CDK2 S/T-P-X-K/R1
CAMK2 R-X-X-S/T1
R-X-X-S/T-V1
ERK/MAPK P-X-S/T-P3
V-X-S/T-P3
P-E-S/T-P3
PKB/AKT R-R/S/T-X-S/T-X-S/T4
R-X-R-X-X-S/T4
PKC R-X-X-S/T-X-R5
PKD L/V/I-X-R/K-X-X-S/T5
LCK I/E/V-Y-E/G-E/D/P/N-I/V/L6
ABL I/V/L-Y-X-X-P/F6
SRC E/D-X-X-Y-X-X-D/E/A/G/S/T7
ALK Y-X-X-I/L/V/M7
EGFR D/P/S/A/E/N-X-Y-V/L/D/E/I/N/P8
CDK1 S/T-P-X-K/R13
S/T-P-K/R13
AURORA R/K-X-S/T-I/L/V9
AURORA-A R/K/N-R-X-S/T-M/L/V/I10
PLK D/E-X-S/T-V/I/L/M-X-D/E11
PLK1 E/D-X-S/T-F/L/I/Y/W/V/M11
NEK6 L-X-X-S/T12
CHK1/2 L-X-R-X-X-S/T14
CHK1 M/I/L/V-X-R/K-X-X-S/T15
PDK1 F-X-X-F-S/T-F/Y
NIMA F/L/M-R/K-R/K-S/T16
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