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PubMed Id: 10656693 
Tomita A, et al. (2000) c-Myb acetylation at the carboxyl-terminal conserved domain by transcriptional co-activator p300. Oncogene 19, 444-51 10656693
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K471-ac - Myb (human)
Orthologous residues
Myb (human): K471‑ac, Myb iso4 (human): K592‑ac, Myb iso11 (human): K386‑ac, Myb (mouse): K467‑ac, Myb (rat): K576‑ac, Myb (chicken): K472‑ac

K480-ac - Myb (human)
Orthologous residues
Myb (human): K480‑ac, Myb iso4 (human): K601‑ac, Myb iso11 (human): K395‑ac, Myb (mouse): K476‑ac, Myb (rat): K585‑ac, Myb (chicken): K481‑ac

K485-ac - Myb (human)
Orthologous residues
Myb (human): K485‑ac, Myb iso4 (human): K606‑ac, Myb iso11 (human): K400‑ac, Myb (mouse): K481‑ac, Myb (rat): K590‑ac, Myb (chicken): K486‑ac

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