Alba from Thermoplasma volcanium belongs to α-NAT's: An insight into the structural aspects of Tv Alba and its acetylation by Tv Ard1.

@article{Ma2016AlbaFT,
  title={Alba from Thermoplasma volcanium belongs to α-NAT's: An insight into the structural aspects of Tv Alba and its acetylation by Tv Ard1.},
  author={C. Ma and C. Pathak and S. J. Lee and K. Lee and Sunbok Jang and Minjoo Nam and H. Im and Hye-Jin Yoon and Bong-Jin Lee},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={590},
  pages={
          90-100
        }
}
The Alba superfamily proteins have been regarded as a conserved group of proteins in archaea and eukarya, which have shown to be important in nucleic acid binding, chromatic organization and gene regulation. These proteins often belong to the N-acetyltransferase (NAT) category (N(α)-acetyltransferases or N(ε)-acetyltransferases) and undergo post-translational modifications. Here, we report the crystal structure of Alba from Thermoplasma volcanium (Tv Alba) at 2.4 Å resolution. The acetylation… Expand

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