Mass spectrometric quantification of acetylation at specific lysines within the amino-terminal tail of histone H4.

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Electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, a leading method for the quantification of biomolecules, is useful for the analysis of posttranslational modifications of proteins. Here we describe a mass spectrometric approach for determining levels of acetylation at individual lysine residues within the amino-terminal tail of histone H4. Because of the high… (More)

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@article{Smith2003MassSQ, title={Mass spectrometric quantification of acetylation at specific lysines within the amino-terminal tail of histone H4.}, author={Christine A. M. Smith and Philip R. Gafken and Zhongli Zhang and Daniel E Gottschling and Jean Smith and David L. Smith}, journal={Analytical biochemistry}, year={2003}, volume={316 1}, pages={23-33} }