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N-terminal protein amino acid acetylation (GO:0006474)
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CAAX-box protein maturation +   
co-translational protein acetylation 
internal protein amino acid acetylation +   
N-terminal peptidyl-cysteine condensation with pyruvate to form N-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-cysteine 
N-terminal peptidyl-valine condensation with pyruvate to form N-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-valine 
N-terminal protein amino acid acetylation +   
The acetylation of the N-terminal amino acid of proteins.
N-terminal protein amino acid carbamoylation +  
N-terminal protein amino acid carboxylation +  
N-terminal protein amino acid deamination +  
N-terminal protein amino acid glucuronylation +  
N-terminal protein amino acid methylation +   
N-terminal protein amino acid N-linked glycosylation 
N-terminal protein formylation +  
N-terminal protein lipidation +   
negative regulation of protein acetylation +   
negative regulation of protein maturation +   
peptide pheromone maturation +  
peptidyl-cysteine acetylation +  
peptidyl-lysine acetylation +   
peptidyl-lysine modification to peptidyl-hypusine  
peptidyl-serine acetylation +   
peptidyl-tryptophan succinylation 
positive regulation of protein acetylation +   
positive regulation of protein maturation +   
post-translational protein acetylation  
protein initiator methionine removal involved in protein maturation 
protein lipoylation  
protein maturation by copper ion transfer  
protein maturation by iron-sulfur cluster transfer +   
protein maturation by nickel ion transfer 
protein maturation by protein folding  
protein processing +   
regulation of protein acetylation +   
regulation of protein maturation +   

Narrow Synonyms: N(alpha)-terminal acetylation
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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