A Combinatorial Code for CPE-Mediated Translational Control

@article{Piqu2008ACC,
  title={A Combinatorial Code for CPE-Mediated Translational Control},
  author={M. Piqu{\'e} and J. M. L{\'o}pez and S. Foissac and R. Guig{\'o} and R. M{\'e}ndez},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2008},
  volume={132},
  pages={434-448}
}
Cytoplasmic polyadenylation plays a key role in the translational control of mRNAs driving biological processes such as gametogenesis, cell-cycle progression, and synaptic plasticity. What determines the distinct time of polyadenylation and extent of translational control of a given mRNA, however, is poorly understood. The polyadenylation-regulated translation is controlled by the cytoplasmic polyadenylation element (CPE) and its binding protein, CPEB, which can assemble both translational… Expand
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