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S-adenoSylhomocySteine hydrolaSe ( ahcy ) deficiency : a natural model SyStem for methylation reSearch

@inproceedings{Beluzic2010SadenoSylhomocySteineH,
  title={S-adenoSylhomocySteine hydrolaSe ( ahcy ) deficiency : a natural model SyStem for methylation reSearch},
  author={R. Beluzic and O. Vugrek},
  year={2010}
}
AHCY deficiency is a new human methylation disorder, discovered recently in Croatia, and a natural model for investigating processes related to the methylome. Methylation plays an important role in regulating biological processes and is crucial for gene expression, imprinting, signalling, protein synthesis and lipid metabolism. Thus, methylation has broad impact and provides a suitable base for interdisciplinary research. Linking genomics, proteomics, cellomics, lipidomics and metabolomics and… Expand
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