Biopolym. Cell. 1994; 10(3-4):24-38.
Деякі молекулярні механізми посттранскрипційної регуляції експресії генів прокаріот
1Крупська І. В., 1Патон Є. Б.
  1. Інститут клітинної біології та генетичної інженерії НАН України
    вул. Академіка Заболотного, 148, Київ, Україна, 03680

Abstract

Огляд містить розділи, присвячені молекулярном механізмам посттралскрипційного контролю експресії генів. Розглянуто процеси деградації мРНК, участь REP-послідовності в регуляції експресії генів, а також детермінанти експресії на рівні ініціації трансляції послідовність Шайна – Далгарно, відстань відстань до ініціаторного кодона, ініціаторний та другий кодони, рідкіснікодони.

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