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An Unstable Ribonucleic Acid in Normal Human Erythroblasts

Naturevolume 207pages755757 (1965) | Download Citation

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IT is now well established that the primary information required for protein synthesis is sited on DNA. The mechanism whereby, in animal cells, this information is conveyed and elaborated, so that protein synthesis may occur, is still uncertain.

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  1. Institute of Medical Pathology, University of Modena

    • U. TORELLI
    • , T. ARTUSI
    • , G. GROSSI
    • , G. EMILIA
    •  & C. MAURI

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