Annual review of biochemistry, vol. 76, 2007.978082430876X
Annual review of biochemistry; v.76, 2007.
Ed. by Roger D. Kornberg Roger David Kornberg (born March 24 1947 et al. ) is an American biochemist and professor of structural biology at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Six of the 33 contributions to the 2007 edition of the highly regarded series focus on mitochondria, summarizing recent research findings about DNA replication and transcription, the mechanisms of mitochondrial mitochondrial
pertaining to mitochondria.
a unique set of tRNAs, mRNAs, rRNAs, transcribed from mitochondrial DNA by a mitochondrial-specific RNA polymerase, that account for about 4% of the total cell RNA that biogenesis biogenesis /bio·gen·e·sis/ (-jen´e-sis)
1. origin of life, or of living organisms.
2. the theory that living organisms originate only from other living organisms. , precursor proteins, division and fusion, and mtDNA genes. Calcium channels and bacterial cell division are each discussed in two sequential articles. Other topics include antibody somatic hypermutation, the function of site-specific histone acetylation acetylation /acet·y·la·tion/ (ah-set?i-la´shun) introduction of an acetyl radical into an organic molecule.
n. , lipid A modification systems in gram-negative bacteria, and signaling pathways downstream of pattern-recognition receptors.
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