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Positively Charged Residues Are the Major Determinants of Ribosomal Velocity

Both for understanding mechanisms of disease and for the design of transgenes, it is important to understand the determinants of ribosome velocity, as changes in the rate of translation are important for protein folding, error attenuation, and localization. While there is great variation in ribosomal occupancy along even a single transcript, what determines a ribosome’s occupancy is unclear. We examine this issue using data from a ribosomal footprinting assay in yeast.

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Positively Charged Residues Are the Major Determinants of Ribosomal Velocity

Both for understanding mechanisms of disease and for the design of transgenes, it is important to understand the determinants of ribosome velocity, as changes in the rate of translation are important for protein folding, error attenuation, and localization. While there is great variation in ribosomal occupancy along even a single transcript, what determines a ribosome’s occupancy is unclear. We examine this issue using data from a ribosomal footprinting assay in yeast.

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Positively Charged Residues Are the Major Determinants of Ribosomal Velocity

Both for understanding mechanisms of disease and for the design of transgenes, it is important to understand the determinants of ribosome velocity, as changes in the rate of translation are important for protein folding, error attenuation, and localization. While there is great variation in ribosomal occupancy along even a single transcript, what determines a ribosome’s occupancy is unclear. We examine this issue using data from a ribosomal footprinting assay in yeast.

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