Definition of Ribosome Assembly Interference

Ribosome assembly Interference involves inhibition or restraint of the formation of small 120-150A diameter cytoplasmic ribonucleoprotein organelles in the nucleolus and composed of rRNA and some 80 different imported cytoplasmic proteins. Assembled, exported ribosomes (free or attached to the ER) are the site of protein synthesis from aminoacyl-tRNAs as directed by mRNAs.

Ribosome Assembly Interference is from the group

Ribosomal Function Inhibition

Other Names for Ribosome Assembly Interference

Ribosome Assembly Interference

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