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Precision Chemistry and Activity-Based Proteomics for Posttranslational Control of Protein Function

By Elizabeth Ryan and others at
LogoCornell University
Lysine acylations are ubiquitous and structurally diverse posttranslational modifications that vastly expand the functional heterogeneity of the human proteome. Targeted acylation of lysine residues has thus emerged as a strategic approach to exert biomimetic control over protein function. However, existing strategies for targeted lysine acylation in cells often rely on... Show more
July 5, 2024
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Precision Chemistry and Activity-Based Proteomics for Posttranslational Control of Protein Function
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