Expression vectors for quantitating in vivo translational ambiguity: their potential use to analyse frameshifting at the HIV gag-pol junction.


Translational errors are necessary so as to allow gene expression in various organisms. In retroviruses, synthesis of pol gene products necessitates either readthrough of a stop codon or frameshifting. Here we present an experimental system that permits quantification of translational errors in vivo. It consists of a family of expression vectors carrying… (More)


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