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Termination factor

termination factor

(Science: molecular biology) Any of several proteins in the cytosol that cut a completed polypeptide loose from a ribosome.


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... that strictly adhere to the universal genetic code, due to premature termination. An exception is the very limited readthrough of the UGA stop ... mutants with mutations in the structural gene (prfB) for release factor 2 (RF2) demonstrated increased readthrough levels by overcoming UGA-mediated ...

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Re: Rho

Yeah Rho actually helps in termination of transcription, but it gets attached during the initiation stage of transcription ... dependent 2) Rho independent 1) Rho dependent: Termination with presence of Rho-factor. Rho is a protein with six subunits. It only binds to a specific sequence. 2) ...

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by Ajay
Sun Feb 26, 2006 5:51 pm
 
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Rho

you mean rho as the termination factor in transcription ?

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by sdekivit
Sat Feb 25, 2006 11:19 am
 
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