Protein synthesis directed by DNA phage messengers.

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Pharmacy; College of Science; School of Medicine
Department Oncological Sciences; Human Genetics; Biology; Pharmacology & Toxicology
Program Institute of Human Genetics; Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)
Creator Gussin, Gary N.; Capecchi, Mario R.
Other Author Adams, Jerry M; Argetsinger, J. E.; Tooze, J.; Weber, K,; Watson, J. D.
Title Protein synthesis directed by DNA phage messengers.
Date 1967-09-01
Description Even through the amino acids corresponding to most of the 64 nucleotide triplets are now known, several important aspects of the genetic code are not yet fully understood. In particular we need more knowledge about the "punctuation marks" of the code-for example, the signals necessary for the initiation or termination of polypeptide synthesis. One approach to the identification of these signals has been provided by the development of cell-free amino acid incorporating systems directed by natural occurring messenger RNA molecules.
Type Text
Publisher Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press
First Page 157
Last Page 171
Subject Carbon Isotopes; Escherichia coli; Genetic Code; Methionine
Subject MESH Bacterial Proteins; RNA, Messenger; RNA, Viral; Viral Proteins
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1966;31:157-71: Gussin GN, Capecchi MR, Adams JM, Argetsinger JE, Tooze J, Weber K, Watson JD. Protein synthesis directed by DNA phage messengers. Retrieved on September 22.2006 from
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