Replication- and transcription-independent histone exchange in oocytes

Abstract

947 Most probably, the relatively low affinity of tail phosphorylation sites is compensated for by the effectively high local concentration of these sites around the kinase catalytic site in the active EGFR dimer. The suboptimal design of the tail sites is predicted to be essential for quick dissociation from the kinase active site upon phosphorylation… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nsmb.3143

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@article{Woolcock2015ReplicationAT, title={Replication- and transcription-independent histone exchange in oocytes}, author={Katrina J Woolcock}, journal={Nature Structural &Molecular Biology}, year={2015}, volume={22}, pages={947-947} }