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Translation in Eucaryotes

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Talking Translation in Eucaryotes



Anyone interested in discussing the specifics of Translation in eucaryotic organisms? The mechanism for how RNA is used with translation is very interesting. I am not really sure if you all are familiar with the specifics though. There is initiation, elongation, decoding and peptidyl transferase.

Anyone interested in discussing the knitty-gritty details with me?
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