Non-enzymatic N-acetylation of Lysine Residues by AcetylCoA Often Occurs via a Proximal S-acetylated Thiol Intermediate Sensitive to Glyoxalase II

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James, Andrew M.; Hoogewijs, Kurt; Logan, Angela; Hall, Andrew R.; Ding, Shujing; Fearnley, Ian M.; Murphy, Michael P.;

Summary: Acetyl coenzyme A (AcCoA), a key intermediate in mitochondrial metabolism, N-acetylates lysine residues, disrupting and, in some cases, regulating protein function. The mitochondrial lysine deacetylase Sirtuin 3 (Sirt3) reverses this modification with benefits ... View more
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