Ancient Ciphers: Translation in Archaea

@article{Dennis1997AncientCT,
  title={Ancient Ciphers: Translation in Archaea},
  author={P. Dennis},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1997},
  volume={89},
  pages={1007-1010}
}
  • P. Dennis
  • Published 1997
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell
  • Examination of the M. jannaschii genome sequence revealed the presence of eleven genes encoding proteins implicated in translation initiation, three implicated in elongation, and one implicated in termination-release (Bult et al. 1996xBult, C.J., White, O., Olsen, G.J., Zhou, L., Fleischmann, R.D., Sutton, G.G., Blake, J.A., FitzGerald, L.M., Clayton, R.A., Gocayne, J.D. et al. Science. 1996; 273: 1058–1072Crossref | PubMedSee all ReferencesBult et al. 1996). Surprisingly, of the 11 putative… CONTINUE READING

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