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Genetic influences on translation in yeast

bioRxiv

Mar 16, 2014

Frank W AlbertLeonid Kruglyak

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Heritable differences in gene expression between individuals are an important source of phenotypic variation. The question of how closely the effects of genetic variation on protein levels mirror those on mRNA levels remains open. Here, we addressed this question by using ribosome profi...read more

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Genetic Translation Process
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Ribosomes
RNA, Messenger
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Yeasts
Gene Annotation
Ribosome Assembly Pathway
Mutation, Nonsense
Protein Biosynthesis
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Genetic influences on translation in yeast

bioRxiv

Mar 16, 2014

Frank W AlbertLeonid Kruglyak

PMID: 990003319

DOI: 10.1101/003319

Abstract

Heritable differences in gene expression between individuals are an important source of phenotypic variation. The question of how closely the effects of genetic variation on protein levels mirror those on mRNA levels remains open. Here, we addressed this question by using ribosome profi...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Translation Process
Species
Ribosomes
RNA, Messenger
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Yeasts
Gene Annotation
Ribosome Assembly Pathway
Mutation, Nonsense
Protein Biosynthesis
46
76

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