Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See polyribosome.

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  • n. a polyribosome

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Examples

  • ZNF9 and GAPDH western blotting of supernatant and polysome fractions of HeLa cell lysates isolated in the absence or presence of EDTA.

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  • Indeed, the vast majority of gemin5, whether as free protein or bound to the SMN complex, is present in translationally inactive fractions of polysome gradients

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  • Indeed, the miRNA-associated protein Ago2 was reported to repress mRNA translation through direct interaction with the 5′ cap HeLa and 293T cell lysates were prepared using polysome lysis buffer (PLB) as described

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  • In a similar fashion, polysome profiles were determined for T. brucei

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  • Similar to what we describe here, there is a comparable reduction in polysome abundance after the induction of a heat-shock response in trypanosomes, yet no evidence for changes in the phosphorylation state of eIF2α

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  • Cells were resuspended in an equal volume of polysome lysis buffer

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  • Cells were resuspended in polysome buffer (120 mM KCl, 2 mM MgCl

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  • We are very grateful to Elisabetta Ullu (Yale University) for discussions and advice concerning the polysome analysis, Beatriz Castilho and Osvaldo Neto (University of São Paulo,

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