Drosophila UbcD1 encodes a highly conserved ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme involved in selective protein degradation.

Abstract

Ubiquitin-dependent selective protein degradation serves to eliminate abnormal proteins and provides controlled short half-lives to certain cellular proteins, including proteins of regulatory function such as phytochrome, yeast MAT alpha 2 repressor, p53 and cyclin. Moreover, ubiquitin-dependent proteolysis is thought to play an essential role during… (More)

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@article{Treier1992DrosophilaUE, title={Drosophila UbcD1 encodes a highly conserved ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme involved in selective protein degradation.}, author={M Treier and Walter Seufert and Stefan Jentsch}, journal={The EMBO journal}, year={1992}, volume={11 1}, pages={367-72} }