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Ribosomenbiogenese in Archaeen

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Jüttner, Michael ; Ferreira-Cerca, Sébastien
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The ribosome is a universally conserved macromolecular machine responsible for the translation of mRNAs into proteins. The synthesis of ribosomes is a crucial task that has been well characterized in bacteria and eukarya, but not in archaea. Here we summarize our current understanding of ribosome biogenesis in archaea and how it might help to further answer evolutionary questions.

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