Efficient translation of long-lived messengers in extracts from dry pea primary axes

@article{Peumans1980EfficientTO,
  title={Efficient translation of long-lived messengers in extracts from dry pea primary axes},
  author={Willy J. Peumans and Bernard M. Delaey and A E Manickam and Albert R. Carlier},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1980},
  volume={150},
  pages={286-290}
}
Extracts prepared from dry pea (Pisum sativum, L; cv oberon) primary axes translate efficiently their endogenous messengers in an in vitro protein synthesizing system. The native long-lived messengers are biologically fully active and direct the synthesis of a whole range of polypeptides with MW ranging up to 130,000. About 0.5% of the total in vitro synthesized polypeptides are recovered in the immunoprecipitate obtained with pea lectin antiserum. Since about one-fourth of the radioactivity in… CONTINUE READING

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