Inhibitors of mammalian protein synthesis.


The number of antibiotics active on eukaryotic ribosomes has been considerably increased in the last few years. Some of them are active only in eukaryotic ribosomes whereas some others are active on prokaryotic as well as eukaryotic ribosomes (Table 1). There is ample evidence suggesting a sirnilar mechanism for the elongation cycle by prokaryotic and… (More)


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@article{Vzquez1974InhibitorsOM, title={Inhibitors of mammalian protein synthesis.}, author={David V{\'a}zquez and Mariano Barbacid and L Roman Carrasco}, journal={Hamatologie und Bluttransfusion}, year={1974}, volume={14}, pages={327-40} }