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Alteration in immune responses toward N-deacetylation of hyaluronic acid

Lysine deacetylation in ischaemic preconditioning: the role of SIRT1

Regulation of CD21 expression by DNA methylation and histone deacetylation

SIRT1 links CIITA deacetylation to MHC II activation

Dynamically regulated sumoylation of HDAC2 controls p53 deacetylation and restricts apoptosis following genotoxic stress

Involvement of chromatin and histone deacetylation in SV40 T antigen transcription regulation

Exposure to enriched environments during adolescence prevents abnormal behaviours associated with histone deacetylation in phencyclidine-treated mice

Histone H4 deacetylation facilitates 53BP1 DNA damage signaling and double-strand break repair

The coenzyme A-dependent, non-β-oxidation pathway and not direct deacetylation is the major route for ferulic acid degradation in Delftia acidovorans

Inhibitors of DNA methylation and histone deacetylation activate cytomegalovirus promoter-controlled reporter gene expression in human glioblastoma cell line U87

Resveratrol attenuates doxorubicin-induced cardiomyocyte apoptosis in mice through SIRT1-mediated deacetylation of p53

Defective deacetylation of histone 4 K12 in human oocytes is associated with advanced maternal age and chromosome misalignment

Chromosome-wide histone deacetylation by sirtuins prevents hyperactivation of DNA damage-induced signaling upon replicative stress

Glucose depletion activates mmu-miR-466h-5p expression through oxidative stress and inhibition of histone deacetylation

Human SIRT1 regulates DNA binding and stability of the Mcm10 DNA replication factor via deacetylation

 

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The removal of an acetyl group (–COCH3) from a molecule. Deacetylation is an important reaction in several chemical pathways, including the Krebs cycle, and in the reversible condensation of chromatin.

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