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Advancing the mechanistic understanding of writers and readers of ubiquitylation

In this issue, we feature studies progressing our understanding of writers and readers of ubiquitylation, and several pieces reflecting on the ever-expanding roles of this critical modification.

Editorial

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    January 2024 marks 30 years since we published the first volume of NSMB. We will be celebrating this milestone throughout 2024, reflecting on the road covered and looking towards the future.

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    In January 2024, NSMB will celebrate the 30th anniversary of publishing its first issue. To celebrate, we would like to give our readers, center stage and invite you to send us your comments and letters to the editors, reflecting both on the past and the upcoming years. Details: https://rdcu.be/doiBQ

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