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translation elongation factors


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translation elongation factors

translation elongation factors

Stm1p alters the ribosome association of eukaryotic elongation factor 3 and affects translation elongation

Evolution of Eukaryotic Translation Elongation and Termination Factors: Variations of Evolutionary Rate and Genetic Code Deviations

Oxidation of translation factor EF-G transiently retards the translational elongation cycle in Escherichia coli

An aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase:elongation factor complex for substrate channeling in archaeal translation

Dominant-negative mutant phenotypes and the regulation of translation elongation factor 2 levels in yeast

Discrimination of Trichophyton tonsurans and Trichophyton equinum by PCR-RFLP and by β-tubulin and Translation Elongation Factor 1-α sequencing

Tetrahymena Eukaryotic Translation Elongation Factor 1A (eEF1A) Bundles Filamentous Actin through Dimer Formation

Interplay between GCN2 and GCN4 expression, translation elongation factor 1 mutations and translational fidelity in yeast

Complete Nucleotide Sequences of the Genes Encoding Translation Elongation Factors 1α and 2 from a microsporidian parasite, Glugea plecoglossi: Implications for the Deepest Branching of Eukaryotes

Mammalian translation elongation factor eEF1A2: X-ray structure and new features of GDP/GTP exchange mechanism in higher eukaryotes

Overproduction of translation elongation factor 1-α (eEF1A) suppresses the peroxisome biogenesis defect in a Hansenula polymorpha pex3 mutant via translational read-through

 

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Ubiquitous proteins that transport aminoacyl tRNAs to the ribosomes and participate in their selection by the ribosomes. Translation elongation factors are symbolized Ef-Tu in prokaryotes and Ef-1 in eukaryotes. Comparisons of the amino acid sequences in specific segments of Efs from a variety of prokaryotes and eukaryotes have shown that these molecules are the slowest evolving proteins discovered so far. Therefore, certain sequences from Efs have been used to construct phylogenetic trees to determine critical steps in the early evolution of life. See endokaryotic hypothesis, opisthokonta.

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