Maria T. Wesolowska

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Protein synthesis is central to life and maintaining a highly accurate and efficient mechanism is essential. What happens when a translating ribosome stalls on a messenger RNA? Many highly intricate processes have been documented in the cytosol of numerous species, but how does organellar protein synthesis resolve this stalling issue? Mammalian mitochondria(More)
BACKGROUND Mitochondrial disease can present at any age, with dysfunction in almost any tissue making diagnosis a challenge. It can result from inherited or sporadic mutations in either the mitochondrial or the nuclear genome, many of which affect intraorganellar gene expression. The estimated prevalence of 1/4300 indicates these to be amongst the commonest(More)
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