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Ribosome Structure, Function, and Evolution: Mapping Ribosomal RNA, Proteins, and Functional Sites in Three Dimensions

  • M. Oakes
  • E. Henderson
  • A. Scheinman
  • M. Clark
  • J. A. Lake
Part of the Springer Series in Molecular Biology book series (SSMOL)

Abstract

Major advances have been made in recent years in our understanding of the structure, function, and evolution of ribosomes. One notes that the overall three-dimensional structures of ribosomes and ribosomal subunits are known; the primary and secondary structures of the rRNA are known for many diverse organisms; the approximate locations of many ribosomal proteins and of some sequences of the ribosomal RNAs are known; many aspects of ribosome function have been related to ribosome structure; and, finally, comparative studies of ribosomes have revealed some of the early steps in the evolution of ribosomes and of the cells that contain them.

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Ribosomal Protein Large Subunit Small Subunit Ribosomal Subunit Large Ribosomal Subunit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Oakes
  • E. Henderson
  • A. Scheinman
  • M. Clark
  • J. A. Lake

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