Talkish J and Woolford JL Jr (2009) The Rea1 tadpole loses its tail. Cell 138(5):832-4
Abstract: More than 170 assembly factors aid the construction and maturation of yeast ribosomes. After these factors' functions are completed, they must be released from preribosomes. In this issue, Ulbrich et al. (2009) describe a mechanochemical process through which the AAA ATPase Rea1 induces release of an assembly protein complex from preribosomes.
|Status: Published||Type: Comment | Journal Article||PubMed ID: 19737511|
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