Histone lysine acetylation is a key component of epigenetic regulation of gene transcription. Bromodomains, found in histone acetyl transferases and other chromatin-associated proteins, bind selectively to acetylated lysines, acting as "readers" of the histone code, and have recently been shown to contain a druggable binding pocket. Here we report the development of high-throughput assays that quantify the binding of bromodomains to acetylated histone peptides. We have used these assays to sc...Expand abstract
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Bromodomain-peptide displacement assays for interactome mapping and inhibitor discovery.
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