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Purification and Properties of Initiation Factor f-1

Nature volume 222, pages 944947 (07 June 1969) | Download Citation

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One of the initiation factors (f-1) involved in initiating protein synthesis is released from the initiation complex when the 50S ribosomal subunit joins the 30S subunitand before GTP is hydrolysed.

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    • J. W. B. HERSHEY
    • , K. F. DEWEY
    •  & R. E. THACH

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