Histone H3 Thr 45 phosphorylation is a replication-associated post-translational modification in S. cerevisiae

@article{Baker2010HistoneHT,
  title={Histone H3 Thr 45 phosphorylation is a replication-associated post-translational modification in S. cerevisiae},
  author={Stephen P. Baker and Jennifer Phillips and Scott T Anderson and Qifeng Qiu and Jeffrey Shabanowitz and M Mitchell Smith and John R. Yates and Donald F. Hunt and Patrick A. Grant},
  journal={Nature Cell Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={294-298}
}
Post-translational histone modifications are crucial for the regulation of numerous DNA-templated processes, and are thought to mediate both alteration of chromatin dynamics and recruitment of effector proteins to specific regions of the genome. In particular, histone Ser/Thr phosphorylation regulates multiple nuclear functions in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, including transcription, DNA damage repair, mitosis, apoptosis and sporulation. Although modifications to chromatin during… CONTINUE READING

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