Histone biotinylation in Candida albicans
A novel, enigmatic histone modification: biotinylation of histones by holocarboxylase synthetase
Accelerating phage-display library selection by reversible and site-specific biotinylation
Reduced histone biotinylation in multiple carboxylase deficiency patients: a nuclear role for holocarboxylase synthetase
Fluoride‐cleavable biotinylation phosphoramidite for 5′‐end‐labeling and affinity purification of synthetic oligonucleotides
A plasmid expression system for quantitative in vivo biotinylation of thioredoxin fusion proteins in Escherichia coli
Site-specific biotinylation of RNA molecules by transcription using unnatural base pairs
Melting studies of dangling‐ended DNA hairpins: effects of end length, loop sequence and biotinylation of loop bases
Rapid selection of aminoacyl-tRNAs based on biotinylation of α-NH2 group of charged amino acids
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1 the act or process of attaching a biotinyl residue by use of an appropriate reactive derivative, e.g. biotin 4‐nitrophenyl ester. It is useful for labelling cell‐surface functional groups or ...
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