The Lysozyme Cistron of T4 Phage
The genetic message is translated sequentially, three bases at time, starting from a defined AUG codon at the begining a cistron (Crick et al., 1961; Terzaghi et al., 1966). Deletions or additions of bases cause a shift in the reading frame of the genetic message and, therefore, such changes are called frame-shift mutations.
KeywordsHydrolysis Codon Tyrosine Fractionation Lysozyme
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