Lysine Acetylation by HDACs and HATs in cellular processes

Lysine acetylation is one of the major reversible eukaryotic post-translational modifications controlling cellular fate.

Lysine acetylation drives the function and localization of many proteins and is regulated by Histone Deacetylases (HDACs) and Histone AcetylTransferases (HATs).

April 2014 Cytoskeleton Inc.’s News : Lysine Acetylation

The April 2014 Cytoskeleton Inc.  News is about  Lysine Acetylation and its role in diverse cellular processes.

Download your free copy of the Cytoskeleton Newsletter Lysine Acetylation – April 2014!

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