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  1. ... the body have a chemical group called an acetyl group attached to one end. This modification, called N- ... the breakdown of these proteins by removing the acetyl group from certain protein building blocks (amino acids). The ...
  2. ... needed. Many proteins in the body have an acetyl group attached to one end. This modification, called N- ... the breakdown of these proteins by removing the acetyl group from certain amino acids. The amino acids can ...
  3. ... of chemical groups, such as methyl groups or acetyl groups (each consisting of two carbon, three hydrogen, and ...
  4. ... their shape.By removing a molecule called an acetyl group from histones (a process called deacetylation), histone deacetylases ...
  5. ... transcription by attaching a small molecule called an acetyl group (a process called acetylation) to proteins called histones. ...
  6. ... transcription by attaching a small molecule called an acetyl group to proteins called histones (a process called acetylation). ...
  7. ... shape. By adding a small molecule called an acetyl group to particular locations on histones, histone acetyltransferases control ...
  8. ... shape. By adding a small molecule called an acetyl group to histones, histone acetyltransferases control the activity of ...
  9. ... shape. By adding a small molecule called an acetyl group to histones, histone acetyltransferases control the activity of ...
  10. ... molecule. N-acetyltransferase adds a molecule called an acetyl group to the sugar glucosamine in a subset of ...
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