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Changes in Translational Control after Pro-Apoptotic Stress
AbstractIn stressed cells, a general decrease in the rate of protein synthesis occurs due to modifications in the activity of translation initiation factors. Compelling data now indicate that these changes also permit a selective post-transcriptional expression of proteins necessary for either cell survival or completion of apoptosis when cells are exposed to severe or prolonged stress. In this review, we summarize the modifications that inhibit the activity of the main canonical translation initiation factors, and the data explaining how certain mRNAs encoding proteins involved in either cell survival or apoptosis can be selectively translated.
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Lasfargues, C.; Martineau, Y.; Bousquet, C.; Pyronnet, S. Changes in Translational Control after Pro-Apoptotic Stress. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2013, 14, 177-190.View more citation formats
Lasfargues C, Martineau Y, Bousquet C, Pyronnet S. Changes in Translational Control after Pro-Apoptotic Stress. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2013; 14(1):177-190.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lasfargues, Charline; Martineau, Yvan; Bousquet, Corinne; Pyronnet, Stéphane. 2013. "Changes in Translational Control after Pro-Apoptotic Stress." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14, no. 1: 177-190.
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