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eBook Protein Biosynthesis in Eukaryotes (Nato Science Series A:) epub
  • ISBN: 0306408937
  • Author: R. Perez-Bercoff
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (March 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 501 pages
  • ePUB size: 1663 kb
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Protein Biosynthesis in Eukaryotes.

Protein Biosynthesis in Eukaryotes. Table of contents (18 chapters). Structure and Function of tRNA and Aminoacyl tRNA Synthetases in Eukaryotes.

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Operons are rare in eukaryotes and mRNA directs the synthesis of only one protein, with rare exception.

Genetic information is encoded as a series of three bases, or triplets, in the mRNA. The 64 triplets and the amino acids they specify are called the genetic code. In most organisms three (and sometimes two) of the triplets signal chain termination. Operons are rare in eukaryotes and mRNA directs the synthesis of only one protein, with rare exception.

NATO Advanced Study Institute on Protein Biosynthesis in Eukaryotes, Pérez-Bercoff, R. Format: Conference Proceeding Book. New York : Plenum Press, published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division, c1982. Series: NATO advanced study institutes series. Life sciences ; v. 41. Subjects: Eukaryotic cells Congresses. Recently Viewed and Featured. Select Format: Hardcover. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction.

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The endoplasmic reticulum membrane protein Rft1 is intimately involved in. .brane to the ER lumen where it is elaborated in a series of reac

The endoplasmic reticulum membrane protein Rft1 is intimately involved in mDLO biosynthesis. Yeast genetic analyses implicated Rft1 as the M5-DLO flippase, but because biochemical tests challenged this assignment, the function of Rft1 remains obscure. To understand the role of Rft1, we sought to analyze mDLO biosynthesis in vivo in the complete absence of the protein. Here, we exploited Trypanosoma brucei (Tb), an early diverging eukaryote whose Rft1 homologue functions in yeast. brane to the ER lumen where it is elaborated in a series of reac-. tions to mature DLO (mDLO).

Biosynthesis of CoQ has been investigated mainly in Escherichia coli and .

Biosynthesis of CoQ has been investigated mainly in Escherichia coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and the findings have been extended to various higher organisms, including plants and humans. Analyses in yeast have contributed greatly to current understanding of human diseases related to CoQ biosynthesis. In addition, the crystal structures of a number of proteins involved in CoQ synthesis have been solved, including those of IspB, UbiA, UbiD, UbiX, UbiI, Alr8543 (Coq4 homolog), Coq5, ADCK3, and COQ9.

vi The word ppotein, coined one and a half century ago from the 1TpOTE:toa ("proteios" = of primary importance), underlines the "primary importance" ascribed to proteins from the time they were described as biochemical entities. But the unmatched compl~xity of the process involved in their biosynthesis was (understandably) overlooked. Indeed, protein biosynthesis was supposed to be nothing more than the reverse of protein degradation, and the same enzymes known to split a protein into its constituent amino acids were thought to be able, under adequate conditions, to reconstitute the peptide bond. This oversimplified view persisted for more than 50 years: It was just in 1940 that Borsook and Dubnoff examined the thermodynamical aspects of the process, and concluded that protein synthesis could not be the reverse of protein degradation, such an "uphill task being thermody­ namically impossible " The next quarter of a century witnessed the unravelling of the basic mechanisms of protein biosynthesis, a predictable aftermath of the Copernican revolution in biology which followed such dramatic de­ velopments as the discovery of the nature of the genetic material, the double helical structure· of DNA, and the determination of the ge­ netic code. Our present understanding of the sophisticated mechan­ isms of regulation and control is a relatively novel acquisition, and recent studies have shed some light into the structure and organi­ zation of the eukaryotic gene.
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