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N-Boc-L-lysine is a protected analogue of a major amino acid participating in the binding of AcH to proteins. N-Boc-L-lysine as well as other t-butoxycarbonyl (Boc) amino acids can be converted to their respective amino acids via cleavage of the urethane bond.
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