The new landscape of protein ubiquitination

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Proteome-wide identification of ubiquitination events reveals their functional classes and identifies substrates for ubiquitin ligases.

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Figure 1: Ubiquitin remnant profiling to identify protein ubiquitination sites.

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Correspondence to Samie R Jaffrey.

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Cornell University and the authors may be entitled to royalties on the sale of certain antibodies that can be used for ubiquitin proteomic research.

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