description
Methylation of lysine (Lys) and arginine (Arg) residues on non-histone proteins is a prevalent post-translational modification and important regulator of cellular signal transduction pathways including MAPK, WNT, BMP, Hippo and JAK?STAT. Crosstalk between methylation and other types of post-translational modifications and between histone and non-histone protein methylation is frequent, affecting cellular functions such as chromatin remodelling, gene transcription, protein synthesis, signal transduction and DNA repair (Biggar & Li 2015)

external resources
NCBI:1470929
REACTOME:R-HSA-8876725
PUBMED:25491103

genes
CALM1 , CALM2 , CALM3 , EEF1A1 , EEF2 , ETFB , HSPA8 , RPS2 , VCP , PRMT3 , KIN , METTL22 , VCPKMT , CAMKMT , METTL21A , EEF2KMT , EEF1AKMT1 , ETFBKMT , EEF1AKMT2 ,