The yeast ribosomal protein L32 and its gene.

@article{Dabeva1987TheYR,
  title={The yeast ribosomal protein L32 and its gene.},
  author={Mariana D. Dabeva and J. R. Warner},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1987},
  volume={262 33},
  pages={16055-9}
}
The yeast ribosomal protein gene RPL32 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is of particular interest for two reasons: 1) it is adjacent to another ribosomal protein gene, RP29, whose divergent transcription may be driven from the same control sequences, and 2) it appears that the splicing of its transcript is regulated by the product of the gene, ribosomal protein in L32. RPL32 has been analyzed in detail. It is essential for cell growth. Its sequence predicts L32 to be a protein of 105 amino acids… CONTINUE READING