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Regulation of water transport via aquaporins is crucial for osmoregulation and water homeostasis of an organism. This transport of water is regulated either by gating or trafficking wherein AQPs are transported from intracellular storage sites to plasma membrane. It has been proposed that water movement via AQP2 is regulated by post-translational modification. We aimed to explore the structural and functional changes occurring in AQP2 due to Ser256 phosphorylation. We have carried out moleculardoi:10.1101/2021.01.18.427094 fatcat:bv7wxdrqurbmfm6graketfp4fi