hypoacetylated love

Definitions

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  • adjective biochemistry acetylated to an abnormally small extent

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Examples

  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

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  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

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  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • For example, DNA methylation can prevent binding of some transcriptional activators to their specific DNA sequences; furthermore, methyl-DNA binding proteins can recruit repressor complexes thus interfering with transcriptional initiation; moreover, DNA methyltransferases can interact with histone deacetylases rendering histones hypoacetylated.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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