Unique Cost Dynamics Elucidate the Role of Frameshifting Errors in Promoting Translational Robustness

@inproceedings{Warnecke2010UniqueCD,
  title={Unique Cost Dynamics Elucidate the Role of Frameshifting Errors in
                    Promoting Translational Robustness},
  author={Tobias Warnecke and Yang Huang and Teresa M. Przytycka and Laurence D. Hurst},
  booktitle={Genome biology and evolution},
  year={2010}
}
There is now considerable evidence supporting the view that codon usage is frequently under selection for translational accuracy. There are, however, multiple forms of inaccuracy (missense, premature termination, and frameshifting errors) and pinpointing a particular error process behind apparently adaptive mRNA anatomy is rarely straightforward. Understanding differences in the fitness costs associated with different types of translational error can help us devise critical tests that can… CONTINUE READING
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