Herwing Öttl

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Ribosomes are large nucleoproteins of approximately 3 X 10(6) Mr. In contrast to helical or spherical nucleoproteins (viruses) of similar size (which consist of several hundred small asymmetric units reproduced by symmetry), ribosomes are completely asymmetric; therefore, the amount of structural information (defined by the number of independent image(More)
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