Ribosomes - The Bio Monitors of Protein Synthesis

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Volume-67 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Eswari beeram


MLA Style: Eswari beeram "Ribosomes - The Bio Monitors of Protein Synthesis" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.1 (2019): 49-56.

APA Style: Eswari beeram (2019). Ribosomes - The Bio Monitors of Protein Synthesis. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(1), 49-56.

Protein synthesis is the final part of gene expression and is necessary for vital functioning of system. The three parts initiation, elongation and termination are equally important also control of any part leads to entire fidelity of the process. Stalk of ribosome is necessary for translocation of ribosome from A site to P site and also for interaction of tRNA with ribosome. tRNA can acts as structural component of ribosome and head swivelling and use of tRNA hybrids had made the study of translocation of ribosome as possible and finally post translational modifications of proteins proven to be necessary for control of protein synthesis.

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