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Correspondence: Keith D. Wilkinson; Email: keith.wilkinson@emory.edu

Acknowledgments: We thank Robert Cohen for sharing his manuscript and helpful comments.

Disclosures: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Subjects:

Structure and recognition of polyubiquitin chains of different lengths and linkage

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F1000 Biology Reports

Volume:

Volume 3, Number 26

Publisher:

, Pages 1-10

Type of Work:

Article | Final Publisher PDF

Abstract:

The polyubiquitin signal is post-translationally attached to a large number of proteins, often directing formation of macromolecular complexes resulting in the translocation, assembly or degradation of the attached protein. Recent structural and functional studies reveal general mechanisms by which different architectures and length of the signal are distinguished.

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