in vitro translation

'in vitro translation' can also refer to...

in vitro translation

translation in vitro

Protein Methyltransferase Activities in Commercial In vitro Translation Systems

Alu RNP and Alu RNA regulate translation initiation in vitro

In vitro experimental system for analysis of transcription–translation coupling

In vitro analysis of the initial steps of trans-translation

Phosphorylation of mammalian translation initiation factor 5 (eIF5) in vitro and in vivo

Ribosomal protein S1 influences trans-translation in vitro and in vivo

In vitro evolution of flexizymes that function under the conditions in translation system

miRNA repression of translation in vitro takes place during 43S ribosomal scanning

In Vitro Suppression as a Tool for the Investigation of Translation Initiation

Automated selection of aptamers against protein targets translated in vitro: from gene to aptamer

Non-Canonical Translation Mechanisms in Plants: Efficient in vitro and in Planta Initiation at AUU Codons of the Tobacco Mosaic Virus Enhancer Sequence

Protein biogenesis in Archaea: addressing translation initiation using an in vitro protein synthesis system for Haloferax volcanii

A novel emulsion mixture for in vitro compartmentalization of transcription and translation in the rabbit reticulocyte system

Incorporation of fluorescently labeled nonnatural amino acids into proteins in an E. coli in vitro translation system

Cloning of Human Polyubiquitin cDNAs and a Ubiquitin-Binding Assay Involving Its In Vitro Translation Product

Cell-free RNA replication systems based on a human cell extracts-derived in vitro translation system with the encephalomyocarditisvirus RNA

Antisense oligonucleotides targeted to the domain IIId of the hepatitis C virus IRES compete with 40S ribosomal subunit binding and prevent in vitro translation


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The generation of a polypeptide whose sequence is specified by mRNA added to extracts of reticulocytes or wheatgerm. Such extracts have all the components necessary for translation, including ribosomes, tRNAs ...

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