Translational Termination and its Regulation by Hydroxylation

Project Details

Short titleTranslational Termination and its Regulation by Hydroxylation
Effective start/end date31/08/1330/08/15


  • Medical Research Council


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  • Optimal translational termination requires C4 lysyl hydroxylation of eRF1

    Feng, T., Yamamoto, A., Wilkins, S., Sokolova, E., Yates, L., Münzel, M., Singh, P., Hopkinson, R., Fischer, R., Cockman, M., Shelley, J., Trudgian, D., Schödel, J., Mccullagh, J. O., Ge, W., Kessler, B., Gilbert, R., Frolova, L., Alkalaeva, E., Ratcliffe, P., & 2 othersSchofield, C. & Coleman, M., 20 Feb 2014, In: Molecular Cell. 53, 4, p. 645-654

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