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The "omics" era has given a new perspective to the findings on the origin and evolution of the process of translation. This book provides insight into the evolution of the translation process and machinery from a modern perspective. Written by leading experts in molecular biology, this text looks into the origins and evolution of the protein synthetic machinery.…mehr

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The "omics" era has given a new perspective to the findings on the origin and evolution of the process of translation. This book provides insight into the evolution of the translation process and machinery from a modern perspective. Written by leading experts in molecular biology, this text looks into the origins and evolution of the protein synthetic machinery.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 10.08.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319394688
  • Artikelnr.: 46924818
Autorenporträt
Greco Hernández, PhD. Division of Basic Research National Institute for Cancer (INCan) 22 San Fernando Ave. Tlalpan. 14080 Mexico City, Mexico Phone: +52/55/56 28 04 33 Fax: +52/55/51 71 05 30 Email: greco.hernandez@gmail.com Rosemary Jagus Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science 701 E. Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202, U.S. Email: jagus@umces.edu
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Table of Contents

A review on the origin of the different codes for translation: Marco V. José, National University of México, México.

Evolution of ribosomes: Williams and Anton Petrov.

Origins and early evolution of ribosomes: George Fox, University of Houston.

Evolution of ribosomes and ribosomal proteins: Gustavo Caetano-Anolles.
Evolution of Class II aminoacyl synthetases from the antisense of the genes for Class I: Charles W. Carter, UNC.

The translation process during the evolutionary transition from prokaryotes to eukaryotes : Greco Hernández, Vincent G. Osnaya, Alejandra García and Miguel L. García-León, National Institute of Cancer, México.

Evolution of translational control: from archaea to eukarya: Dario Benelli, Anna La Teana and Paola Londei, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

Distribution of elongation family GTPases EF1A and EFL in basal alveolate lineages : P. J. Keeling.

Evolution of mRNA structure; the eukaryotic mRNA 5 - and 3 - untranslated regions and their role in translational regulation:
Graziano Pesole.

How lower eukaryotes contribute on our understanding of eIF4E-dependent translation : Daniela Ross and Michael Altmann, University of Bern, Switzerland.

Evolution of functionally divergent eIF4Es and their roles in the regulation of mRNA recruitment and developmental processes: Gritta Tettweiler, Nahum Sonenberg, Paul Lasko and Greco Hernández, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and National Institute of Cancer, Mexico.

Evolution of eIF4E and eIF4G interactions in trypanosomes : O. P. de-Melo-Neto

Evolution of the functionally divergent eIF4E family members in deuterostomes: Rosemary Jagus, Kate Gillespie, Tsetso Bachvaroff, University of Maryland.

Evolution of the eIF2alpha kinases and translational control: Stephan Rosenberg

Evolution and use of eIF2alpha kinases in the apicomplexans and their role in life history of the parasites Plasmodium falciparum and Toxoplasma gondii: Ronald Wek and Sullivan.

Evolution of the TOR pathway and translational regulation: M. E. Cardenas.

Origin and diversification of eIF4E-binding proteins. Rosemary Jagus and Greco Her
nández. University of Maryland and National Institute of cáncer, Mexico.

Evolution of the protein synthesis machinery in mitochondria : Yolanda Camacho-Villasana, Angélica Zamudio-Ochoa, Rodolfo García-Villegas Aldo E. García-Guerrero and Xochitl Pérez-Martínez, National University of Mexico, Mexico .

Relationship between plant translation initiatio

n factors and RNA viruses: An evolutionary perspective. Tzvetanka Dinkova and León Martínez, National University of Mexico, Mexico.

Evolution of miRNAs and RNA binding proteins in eukaryotes: Luiz O. Penalva, Marcia Santos and Erzsebet Kokovay , University of Texas.
Evolution of silencing foci across eukaryotes : Rolando Rivera-Pomar, Carla Layana and Paola Ferrero, National University of La Plata, Argentina.

Evolutionary conservation of the machineries coupling RNA transport with translation in eukaryotes: Paula Vazquez-Pianzola, Greco Hernández and Beat Suter, University of Bern, Switzerland, and National Institute of Cancer, Mexico.