Protein Synthesis and Ribosome Structure
Knud H. Nierhaus, Daniel Wilson
Wiley, Oct 15, 2004 - Science - 579 pages
Knud Nierhaus, who has studied the ribosome for more than 30 years, has assembled here the combined efforts of several scientific disciplines into a uniform picture of the largest enzyme complex found in living cells, finally resolving many decades–old questions in molecular biology. In so doing he considers virtually all aspects of ribosome structure and function –– from the molecular mechanism of different ribosomal ribozyme activities to their selective inhibition by antibiotics, from assembly of the core particle to the regulation of ribosome component synthesis. The result is a premier resource for anyone with an interest in ribosomal protein synthesis, whether in the context of molecular biology, biotechnology, pharmacology or molecular medicine.
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