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How Ribosomes Shape the Proteome

News   Dec 07, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Groningen.

 
How Ribosomes Shape the Proteome

Right panel: interaction of positively charged proteins (dark blue) with the ribosome complex (light blue/yellow). Negatively charged proteins do not interact. At high ionic strength (left panel) the positive proteins hardly interact with the ribosome. Credit: Poolman lab, University of Groningen.

 
 
 

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