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Peter Gross, Hans Jornvall, Grazyna Formicka Zeppezauer, Michael Zeppezauer, Michel Thiry: Bis-met histones. Symbiotec Gesellschaft zur Forschung und Entwicklung auf dem Gebiet der Biotechnologie mbH, One3 IP Management P C, Annette S Parent, Dean G Stathakis, August 9, 2016: US09409960 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a nucleic acid molecule which encodes a polypeptide consisting of two methionine residues as the first and second N-terminal amino acid residues linked via a peptide bond to a mature eukaryotic histone. The present invention furthermore relates to a vector containing s ...


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Peter Gross, Hans Jornvall, Grazyna Formicka Zeppezauer, Michael Zeppezauer, Michel Thiry: Bis-Met histones. Symbiotec Genellschaft zur Erforschung auf dem Geibeit der Biotechnologie MBH, Entralta P C, Annette S Parent, Peter D Weinstein, October 17, 2017: US09790259

The present invention provides a nucleic acid molecule which encodes a polypeptide consisting of two methionine residues as the first and second N-terminal amino acid residues linked via a peptide bond to a mature eukaryotic histone. The present invention furthermore relates to a vector containing s ...


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Peter Gross, Hans Jornvall, Grazyna Formicka Zeppezauer, Michael Zeppezauer, Michel Thiry: Bis-met histones. Symbiotec Genellschaft zur Erforschung auf dem Geibeit der Biotechnologie MBH, Entralta P C, Annette S Parent, Peter D Weinstein, October 24, 2017: US09796767

The present invention provides a nucleic acid molecule which encodes a polypeptide consisting of two methionine residues as the first and second N-terminal amino acid residues linked via a peptide bond to a mature eukaryotic histone. The present invention furthermore relates to a vector containing s ...


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Peter Gross, Hans Jornvall, Grazyna Formicka Zeppezauer, Michael Zeppezauer, Michel Thiry: Bis-met histones. Joseph R Baker APC, Gavrilovich Dodd & Lindsey, February 10, 2011: US20110034370-A1

The present invention provides a nucleic acid molecule which encodes a polypeptide consisting of two methionine residues as the first and second N-terminal amino acid residues linked via a peptide bond to a mature eukaryotic histone. The present invention furthermore relates to a vector containing s ...