Proteomic Analyses Reveal Divergent Ubiquitylation Site Patterns in Murine Tissues*

@inproceedings{Wagner2012ProteomicAR,
  title={Proteomic Analyses Reveal Divergent Ubiquitylation Site Patterns in Murine Tissues*
},
  author={Sebastian A. Wagner and Petra Beli and Brian Tate Weinert and Christian Sch{\"o}lz and Christian D Kelstrup and Clifford O. Young and Michael L Nielsen and Jesper V. Olsen and Cord Brakebusch and Chunaram Choudhary},
  booktitle={Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP},
  year={2012}
}
Posttranslational modifications of proteins increase the complexity of the cellular proteome and enable rapid regulation of protein functions in response to environmental changes. Protein ubiquitylation is a central regulatory posttranslational modification that controls numerous biological processes including proteasomal degradation of proteins, DNA damage repair and innate immune responses. Here we combine high-resolution mass spectrometry with single-step immunoenrichment of di-glycine… CONTINUE READING

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