DANPURE, CJ; (1995) HOW CAN THE PRODUCTS OF A SINGLE-GENE BE LOCALIZED TO MORE THAN ONE INTRACELLULAR COMPARTMENT. TRENDS CELL BIOL , 5 (6) 230 - 238.
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Protein-targeting sequences are specific for each intracellular compartment, so that most proteins are found at only one location within the eukaryotic cell. Increasingly, however, examples are being found of proteins that occur and function in more than one cellular compartment. In some cases, the multicompartmentalized isoforms are encoded by the same gene. Several mechanisms have evolved to enable such genes to encode and differentially express multiple types of topogenic information. These mechanisms include alternative forms of transcription initiation, translation initiation, splicing and post-translational modification.
|Title:||HOW CAN THE PRODUCTS OF A SINGLE-GENE BE LOCALIZED TO MORE THAN ONE INTRACELLULAR COMPARTMENT|
|Keywords:||ALANINE-GLYOXYLATE AMINOTRANSFERASE, TRANSFER RNA-SYNTHETASE, PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR INHIBITOR-2, PRIMARY HYPEROXALURIA TYPE-1, FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR, RAT-LIVER MITOCHONDRIAL, UPSTREAM AUG CODON, S MESSENGER-RNA, SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, INITIATION CODON|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences > Biosciences (Division of)|
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