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  • noun biochemistry ubiquitination

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  • Weissman, A.M. (2001) "Themes and variations on ubiquitylation".

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  • These include ubiquitylation and phosphorylation, processes cells use to assign proteins to perform specific tasks.

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  • In investigating the effect of the differently modified proteins, Zhuang and his group also revealed a surprising phenomenon regarding ubiquitylation.

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  • Moreover, nucleophosmin (NPM) and c-Myc, both of which are commonly overexpressed in cancer cells, are capable of abrogating ULF-mediated ARF ubiquitylation through distinct mechanisms, and thereby promote ARF stabilization in cancer cells.

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  • These include ubiquitylation and phosphorylation, processes cells use to assign proteins to perform specific tasks.

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  • Current studies focus on phosphorylation, but acetylation, methylation, glycosylation and ubiquitylation are also becoming amenable to investigation.

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  • There may also be developmental and sex differences in the length of time nicotinic receptors remain in the membrane before being subject to ubiquitylation, a process involved in nicotinic receptor degradation

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  • ULF interacts with ARF both in vitro and in vivo and promotes the lysine-independent ubiquitylation and degradation of ARF.

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  • Current studies focus on phosphorylation, but acetylation, methylation, glycosylation and ubiquitylation are also becoming amenable to investigation.

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  • Moreover, nucleophosmin (NPM) and c-Myc, both of which are commonly overexpressed in cancer cells, are capable of abrogating ULF-mediated ARF ubiquitylation through distinct mechanisms, and thereby promote ARF stabilization in cancer cells.

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