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The methyl cycle is a conserved regulator of biological clocks.

bioRxiv

May 29, 2019

Jean-Michel FustinHitoshi Okamura

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The methyl cycle is a universally conserved metabolic pathway operating in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. In this pathway, the amino acid methionine is used to synthesize S-adenosylmethionine, the methyl donor co-substrate in the methylation of nucleic acids, histone and non-histone protei...read more

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Vertebrates
Embryo
Biochemical Pathway
Regulation of Biological Process
Transcription, Genetic
Methylate
Active Moiety
Gene Expression
Brainwave Biofeedback
Metabolic Syndrome Pathway
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The methyl cycle is a conserved regulator of biological clocks.

bioRxiv

May 29, 2019

Jean-Michel FustinHitoshi Okamura

DOI: 10.1101/653667

Abstract

The methyl cycle is a universally conserved metabolic pathway operating in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. In this pathway, the amino acid methionine is used to synthesize S-adenosylmethionine, the methyl donor co-substrate in the methylation of nucleic acids, histone and non-histone protei...read more

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Regulation of Biological Process
Transcription, Genetic
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Active Moiety
Gene Expression
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