University of Copenhagen Researchers Complete Proteome-Wide Analysis of Arginine Methylation | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – University of Copenhagen researchers have completed one of the largest characterizations of arginine methylation to date.

In work published last week in Science Signaling, the researchers identified more than 8,000 arginine methylation sites across 3,000-plus human proteins, suggesting the modification occurs with similar frequency as more commonly studied post-translational modifications like phosphorylation and ubiquitination.

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