Lysine methylation is a key regulator of histone and non-histone protein function, cellular processes, and disease progression. Cornett et al. discuss recent progress in understanding molecular functions associated with lysine methylation signaling and highlight the need for continued study of this dynamic and widespread posttranslational modification.
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