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PubMed Id: 19196836 
Wang D, et al. (2009) Negative regulation of TSHalpha target gene by thyroid hormone involves histone acetylation and corepressor complex dissociation. Mol Endocrinol 23, 600-9 19196836
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K9-ac - H3 (human)
Orthologous residues
H3 (human): K9‑ac, H3 (mouse): K9‑ac, H3 iso2 (mouse): K9‑ac, H3 iso3 (mouse): K9‑ac, H3 (rat): K9‑ac, H3 iso3 (rat): K9‑ac, H3 (pig): K9‑ac, H3 (chicken): K9‑ac, H3 (cow): K9‑ac

K14-ac - H3 (human)
Orthologous residues
H3 (human): K14‑ac, H3 (mouse): K14‑ac, H3 iso2 (mouse): K14‑ac, H3 iso3 (mouse): K14‑ac, H3 (rat): K14‑ac, H3 iso3 (rat): K14‑ac, H3 (pig): K14‑ac, H3 (chicken): K14‑ac, H3 (cow): K14‑ac

K18-ac - H3 (human)
Orthologous residues
H3 (human): K18‑ac, H3 (mouse): K18‑ac, H3 iso2 (mouse): K18‑ac, H3 iso3 (mouse): K18‑ac, H3 (rat): K18‑ac, H3 iso3 (rat): K18‑ac, H3 (pig): K18‑ac, H3 (chicken): K18‑ac, H3 (cow): K18‑ac

K27-ac - H3 (human)
Orthologous residues
H3 (human): K27‑ac, H3 (mouse): K27‑ac, H3 iso2 (mouse): K27‑ac, H3 iso3 (mouse): K27‑ac, H3 (rat): K27‑ac, H3 iso3 (rat): K27‑ac, H3 (pig): K27‑ac, H3 (chicken): K27‑ac, H3 (cow): K27‑ac

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