Protein Synthesis: Translational and Post-Translational by Odd Nygård, Peter Westermann (auth.), Abraham K. Abraham,

By Odd Nygård, Peter Westermann (auth.), Abraham K. Abraham, Thor S. Eikhom, Ian F. Pryme (eds.)

During the prior decade we have now witnessed numerous significant dis­ coveries within the sector of protein synthesis and post-translational amendment of protein molecules. during this quantity, some of the lat­ est learn advancements in those fields are suggested by means of the dis­ tinguished overseas staff of scientists who provided their cutting-edge effects on the thirteenth Linderstr0m-Lang convention held at God0Ysund, Norway, June 14-18, 1983. We suppose that the presentation the following of so extensive numerous articles on either the molecular and the mobile points of protein synthesis might be of substantial worth to many scientists operating within the sector who have been not able to wait, in addition to to many that are energetic in similar parts. as well as the study papers, the contents of the six clinical classes held throughout the convention were summarized by way of the respective consultation chairmen. those person summaries offer insightful syntheses of the entire fresh development in each one box, establish which present difficulties stay of specified inter­ est, and recommend what the long run might carry within the numerous components of protein synthesis examine coated. even though this quantity evidently can't offer an entire survey of all very important ongoing study at the molecular and mobile biology of translational and post-translational occasions, we're confi­ dent that it'll facilitate a better realizing of many im­ portant modern difficulties in examine on protein synthesis, together with phone differentiation, translational accuracy, protein modifi­ cation, intracellular shipping, and membrane turnover.

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