What is acetylation?
Post Translational Modifications:
Many proteins are subject to covalent modifications after translation. These modifications are called post translational modifications and they are important in regulating protein activity.
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Acetylation is the covalent transfer of an acetyl group (CH3CO) onto a molecule. It is usually a post translational modification of protein molecules....
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fromChapter 3 / Lesson 20
Learn the definition of acetylation, how the acetylation reaction occurs, and about lysine acetylation. See the mechanisms and examples of acetylation reaction.