Peters JM and Bhaskara V (2009) Cohesin acetylation: from antiestablishment to establishment. Mol Cell 34(1):1-2
Abstract: In a recent issue of Molecular Cell, Rowland et al. (2009) report that acetylation of cohesin in S phase transiently counteracts an intrinsic "antiestablishment" activity and, thus, enables establishment of sister chromatid cohesion.
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