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Biology of trans-translation

Annual Review of Microbiology

Jun 19, 2008

Kenneth C Keiler

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The trans-translation mechanism is a key component of multiple quality control pathways in bacteria that ensure proteins are synthesized with high fidelity in spite of challenges such as transcription errors, mRNA damage, and translational frameshifting. trans-Translation is performed b...read more

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MRNA Cleavage
Pathogenic Aspects
Biochemical Pathway
Microarray Analysis
Biological Adaptation to Stress
Bacterial Proteins
Pathogenesis
TRNA, peptidyl-
Caulobacter vibrioides
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Biology of trans-translation

Annual Review of Microbiology

Jun 19, 2008

Kenneth C Keiler

PMID: 18557701

DOI: 10.1146/annurev.micro.62.081307.162948

Abstract

The trans-translation mechanism is a key component of multiple quality control pathways in bacteria that ensure proteins are synthesized with high fidelity in spite of challenges such as transcription errors, mRNA damage, and translational frameshifting. trans-Translation is performed b...read more

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MRNA Cleavage
Pathogenic Aspects
Biochemical Pathway
Microarray Analysis
Biological Adaptation to Stress
Bacterial Proteins
Pathogenesis
TRNA, peptidyl-
Caulobacter vibrioides
Transcription Repressor/Corepressor
230
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