Cotranslational protein folding reveals the selective use of synonymous codons along the coding sequence of a low expression gene

Journal of Genetics
Suvendra Kumar RayRajat Banerjee

Abstract

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Related Concepts

Sense Codon
Unassigned Reading Frames
Protein Folding, Globular
Evolution, Neutral
Selection, Genetic

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