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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The slow down enabled ribosomes to have extra time to repair and maintain themselves, leading to longer and healthier lives.
Ribosome inactivating protein saporin induces apoptosis through mitochondrial cascade, independent of translation inhibition.
It is well known that ribosome biogenesis is a key component of the cell cycle as it regulates cell size and growth and the IBS team has uncovered that SSUPs play a critical role in maintaining induced pluripotent stem cell integrity.
In short, the ribosome is essential to the bodys day-to-day operations.
Translocation of the 30S ribosome one codon farther along the tRNA is the function of elongation factor EF-G (EF-2 in eukaryotes) converting the ribosome to the post translation state and shifting the uncharged tRNA to the E site and the polypetidyl tRNA (the one carrying the incomplete polypeptide) to the P site.
Sirtuin 7 plays a role in ribosome biogenesis and protein synthesis.
Because of these differences in ribosome binding site between STR and AMK/KAN, different drug-conferring mutations are associated with these two drug groups.
The cytoplasm in some sections became electron-lucent, devoid of ribosome and contained dense bodies and membrane whorls.
Ricin is a ribosome inactivating protein (RIP) consisting of a heterodimeric polypeptide able to inactivate 1500 ribosome per minute, which interrupts protein synthesis and leads to cell death.
I was not able to locate an interactive, artistic activity in which students simulate translation; therefore, I devised an activity in which students visit the different parts of a ribosome, perform the steps that build a polypeptide chain, and construct a fully functional protein.
STEM) has granted genOway a worldwide, exclusive license to StemCells' Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) technology for use in the development and commercialization of genetically engineered mice.
The enzymes that copy DNA to RNA and vice versa can't tell the difference between the two components, but the subtle chemical tweak--akin to writing a letter in a hard-to-read, byzantine font--relays an entirely different meaning to the ribosome, the researchers suggest.