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This Week in PNAS

This week in PNAS, Rockefeller University's Amrita Basu is first author on a paper that looked at genome-wide patterns of acetylation substrate specificity. The scientists developed a prediction tool, PredMod, that combines experimental methods with clustering analysis of protein sequences to predict acetylation based on acetylated lysines within histones.

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