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Hystone-modifying enzymes: surprising foundings - drugdiscovery.com
Hystone-modifying enzymes: surprising foundings - drugdiscovery.com


The arginine side chain can be either mono-methylated or, more commonly, di-methylated to yield either asymmetric or symmetric dimethyl arginine. Interestingly, numerous examples of crosstalk between arginine methylation and lysine acetylation are known
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Tags: arigine, di-methyl, Hystone, enzymes - November 26, 2013
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