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The post-translational modification SUMOylation is a major regulator of protein function that plays an important role in a wide range of cellular processes. SUMOylation involves the covalent attachment of a member of the SUMO (small ubiquitin-like modifier) family of proteins to lysine residues in specific target proteins via an enzymatic cascade analogous to, but distinct from, the ubiquitination pathway. There are four SUMO paralogues and an increasing number of proteins are being identifieddoi:10.1042/bj20100158 pmid:20462400 pmcid:PMC3310159 fatcat:6tzkjza2gbefxmkdkkjrrpmrim