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Release factor eRF1 plays a key role in the termination of protein synthesis in eukaryotes. The eRF1 consists of three domains (N… Expand Light is an important modulator of plant immune responses. Here, we show that inactivation of the photoreceptor phytochrome B… Expand ABSTRACT “2A” oligopeptides are autonomous elements containing a D(V/I)EXNPGP motif at the C terminus. Protein synthesis from an… Expand Two competing events, termination and readthrough (or nonsense suppression), can occur when a stop codon reaches the A-site of a… Expand The translation termination factor eRF1 recognizes stop codons at the A site of the ribosome and induces peptidyl‐tRNA hydrolysis… Expand During eukaryotic translation termination, eRF1 responds to three stop codons. However, in ciliates with variant genetic codes… Expand Background The termination of protein synthesis in eukaryotes involves at least two polypeptide release factors (eRFs), eRF1 and… Expand The process of protein synthesis can be divided into three main phases : initiation, during which the ribosomal subunits join the… Expand Translation termination in eukaryotes requires a stop codon-responsive (class-I) release factor, eRF1, and a guanine nucleotide… Expand Translation termination in eukaryotes is governed by termination codons in mRNA and two release factors, eRF1 and eRF3. In this… Expand