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Coupling of Transcription and Translation in Archaea: Cues From the Bacterial World

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Grohmann, Dina ; Weixlbaumer, Albert ; Grünberger, Felix ; Werner, Finn
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Jun 2021 10:14


The lack of a nucleus is the defining cellular feature of bacteria and archaea. Consequently, transcription and translation are occurring in the same compartment, proceed simultaneously and likely in a coupled fashion. Recent cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) and tomography data, also combined with crosslinking-mass spectrometry experiments, have uncovered detailed structural features of the ...


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