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Proteins with Site-Specific Lysine Methylation

Proteins with Site-Specific Lysine Methylation
Wenshe R. Liu, Zhipeng A. Wang
As an important epigenetic mark, lysine methylations play critical roles in the regulation of both chromatin and non-chromatin proteins. There are three levels of lysine methylation, mono-, di-, and trimethylation. Each one has turned out to be biologically distinctive. For the biochemical characterization of proteins with lysine methylation, multiple chemical biology methods have been developed. This concept article will highlight these developments and their applications in epigenetic investigation of protein functions. Epegenetic mark: Lysine methylations play critical roles in the regulation of both chromatin and non-chromatin proteins. There are three levels of lysine methylation, mono-, di-, and trimethylation. For the biochemical characterization of proteins with lysine methylation, multiple chemical biology methods have been developed.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201701655

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