The other lives of ribosomal proteins


Despite the fact that ribosomal proteins are the constituents of an organelle that is present in every cell, they show a surprising level of regulation, and several of them have also been shown to have other extra-ribosomal functions, such in replication, transcription, splicing or even ageing. This review provides a comprehensive summary of these important aspects.

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@inproceedings{Bhavsar2010TheOL, title={The other lives of ribosomal proteins}, author={Rital B. Bhavsar and Leah N Makley and Panagiotis A. Tsonis}, booktitle={Human Genomics}, year={2010} }