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Altered mRNA translation: possible mechanism for CML disease progression.Academic Article Why?
BCR/ABL activates mdm2 mRNA translation via the La antigen.Academic Article Why?
Aminoglycosides restore full-length type VII collagen by overcoming premature termination codons: therapeutic implications for dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa.Academic Article Why?
An mRNA m7G cap binding-like motif within human Ago2 represses translation.Academic Article Why?
Antizyme overexpression in transgenic mice reduces cell proliferation, increases apoptosis, and reduces N-nitrosomethylbenzylamine-induced forestomach carcinogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Decreases in yeast expression yields of the human adenosine A2a receptor are a result of translational or post-translational events.Academic Article Why?
Differential expression of proliferative, cytoskeletal, and adhesive proteins during postnatal development of the hamster submandibular gland.Academic Article Why?
Identification of an expanded set of translationally active methionine analogues in Escherichia coli.Academic Article Why?
In vivo effect of inactivation of ribosome recycling factor - fate of ribosomes after unscheduled translation downstream of open reading frame.Academic Article Why?
Insights into the relation between mRNA and protein expression patterns: I. Theoretical considerations.Academic Article Why?
Insights into the relation between mrna and protein expression patterns: II. Experimental observations in Escherichia coli.Academic Article Why?
Protein synthesis factors (RF1, RF2, RF3, RRF, and tmRNA) and peptidyl-tRNA hydrolase rescue stalled ribosomes at sense codons.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of luteinizing hormone receptor expression: evidence of translational suppression in vitro by a hormonally regulated mRNA-binding protein and its endogenous association with luteinizing hormone receptor mRNA in the ovary.Academic Article Why?
The role of ribosome recycling factor in dissociation of 70S ribosomes into subunits.Academic Article Why?
Thyrotropin-stimulated iodide transport mediated by adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate and dependent on protein synthesis.Academic Article Why?
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