Monday, February 01, 2016

The E. coli Acetylome: Form and Function

via Accelerating Science » Amanda Maxwell

Castaño-Cerezo et al. (2014) conducted a proteomic evaluation of the Escherichia coli acetylome under four different growth conditions.1 As a post-translational modification (PTM), acetylation of lysine residues contributes to regulation of cellular activity with activation or inactivation of key proteins such as enzymes and other signaling molecules. By modifying nutrition and growth conditions in vitro, the Read the rest of this article

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