Reversible suppression of protein synthesis in concert with polysome disaggregation during anoxia exposure in Littorina littorea

Many marine invertebrates can live without oxygen for long periods of time, a capacity that is facilitated by the ability to suppress metabolic rate in anoxia to a value that is typically less than 10% of the normal aerobic rate. The present study demonstrates that a reduction in the rate of protein...

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Published in:Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry : An International Journal for Chemical Biology in Health and Disease, Vol. 232, No. 1/2 (2002), p. 121-127
Main Author: Larade, Kevin
Other Involved Persons: Storey, B.
Format: electronic Article
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