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Molecular Mechanisms of Translational Control during the Early Development of Xenopus laevis

  • Joel D. Richter

Abstract

More than 60 years ago, Wilson1 suggested that cytoplasmic components in the egg influence the fate of newly formed embryonic cells into which they become incorporated. Recent studies have demonstrated that, in fact, many aspects of early embryonic development are directed by preexisting molecules that are present in the unfertilized egg.2–5 These molecules, which are predominantly messenger RNAs (mRNAs) and proteins, direct the rapid synthesis and assembly of cellular components that are required to sustain the embryo during cell division. As the maternal mRNAs and proteins are degraded, information contained in molecules derived from the embryonic genome becomes dominant and dictates the rate of the newly formed cells.

Keywords

Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Xenopus Oocyte Translational Control Maternal Transcript Histone mRNAs 
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  • Joel D. Richter
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  1. 1.Worcester Foundation for Experimental BiologyShrewsburyUSA

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