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Towards a Functional Understanding of Protein NTerminal Acetylation

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Show simple item record Arnesen, Thomas eng 2012-02-20T11:15:16Z 2012-02-20T11:15:16Z 2011-05-31 eng
dc.identifier.citation PLoS Biology 9(5): e1001074 en
dc.identifier.issn 1544-9173 eng
dc.description.abstract Protein N-terminal acetylation is a major modification of eukaryotic proteins. Its functional implications include regulation of protein–protein interactions and targeting to membranes, as demonstrated by studies of a handful of proteins. Fifty years after its discovery, a potential general function of the N-terminal acetyl group carried by thousands of unique proteins remains enigmatic. However, recent functional data suggest roles for N-terminal acetylation as a degradation signal and as a determining factor for preventing protein targeting to the secretory pathway, thus highlighting N-terminal acetylation as a major determinant for the life and death of proteins. These contributions represent new and intriguing hypotheses that will guide the research in the years to come. en
dc.language.iso eng eng
dc.publisher Public Library of Science eng
dc.rights Attribution CC BY eng
dc.rights.uri eng
dc.title Towards a Functional Understanding of Protein NTerminal Acetylation eng
dc.type Peer reviewed eng
dc.type Journal article eng
dc.subject.nsi VDP::Mathematics and natural science: 400::Basic biosciences: 470 eng
dc.rights.holder Copyright 2011 Thomas Arnesen
dc.type.version publishedVersion eng
bora.peerreviewed Peer reviewed eng
bibo.doi eng

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