Chapter 10: Chromosomes, Endnotes


  1. For an excellent complete laboratory procedure on the regulation of translation during the development of Tenebrio refer to: "Regulation of Messenger RNA Translation in Development: The critical Role of Transfer RNA" by Joseph Ilan. An Addison-We sley Module in Biology. No. 5. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. 1973.

  2. Falcoff, E., R. Falcoff, B. Lebleu, and M. Revel. 1973. Correlation between the antiviral effect of interferon treatment and the inhibition of in vitro mRNA translation in noninfected L cells. J Virol. 12:421-430.

  3. When poly U is used, 0.125 µCi of ^1^4C-phenylalanine is used instead of the amino acids, and the magnesium acetate concentration is increase d to 0.25 µm.

  4. Kuehler, Robert J. Biochemical Methods in Cell Culture and Virology. Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Inc. Sroudsburg, 1977. pp. 305-307.

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