Ubiquitin and transcription: The SCFMet30/Met4 pathway, a (protein-) complex issue

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Ubiquitylation has emerged as an omnipresent factor at all levels of transcriptional regulation. A recent study that describes the yeast transcriptional activator Met4 as a functional component of the very same ubiquitin ligase that regulates its own activity highlights the close relation between transcription and the ubiquitin proteasome system.

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135 - 139
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10.4161/trns.2.3.15903
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Ubiquitin and transcription: The SCFMet30/Met4 pathway, a (protein-) complex issue