Translational Control in Eukaryotic Organisms
The identification of bacterial initiation factors has been pursued for several years; the elucidation of the precise roles of these factors in protein biosynthesis is now reasonably well established. During the past few years, considerable effort has been directed toward the search for similar factors from mammalian systems. These investigations have further supported the conclusion that protein synthesis in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms involves essentially similar mechanisms.
KeywordsEukaryotic Organism Translational Control Rabbit Liver Ammonium Sulfate Fractionation Globin mRNA
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