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One Message, Many Translations: Heterogeneity Revealed with Multicolor Imaging.

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Summary of "One Message, Many Translations: Heterogeneity Revealed with Multicolor Imaging."

mRNA translation and its regulation shape the human proteome. Lyon et al. (2019) and Boersma et al. (2019) introduce new orthogonal peptide-tagging systems to study translation in multiple reading frames. Both groups discovered diverse translation behavior of single mRNAs derived from the same genes.

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Name: Molecular cell
ISSN: 1097-4164
Pages: 3-4

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