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Components of bacterial ribosomes.
Wittmann HG. Annu Rev Biochem 1982 - Review. PMID 6180678
Structure of bacterial ribosomes.
Garrett RA and Wittmann HG. Adv Protein Chem 1973 - Review. PMID 4589667
Characterization and stability of ribosomes from mesophilic and thermophilic bacteria.
Steneshi J and Yang C. J Bacteriol 1967. PMID 4960926 Free PMC article.
Ribosomes were isolated from three mesophilic and three thermophilic strains of Bacillus. The ribosomes consisted of about 55% protein and 45% ribonucleic acid. ...The stability of the ribosomes from the thermophiles was consistently greater than that of the ribosomes from the mesophiles. ...
Ribosomes were isolated from three mesophilic and three thermophilic strains of Bacillus. The ribosomes consisted of about 55%
Sub-thylakoid fractions containing ribosomes.
Margulies MM and Weistrop JS. Biochim Biophys Acta 1980. PMID 7353016
Pseudopolysomes, prepared from thylakoids with low levels of ribosomes, contain about the same proportion of thylakoid protein but proportionately less ribosomes. ...It was concluded the pseudopolysomes consist of ribosomes and a membrane fragment containing the sites to which ribosomes are bound....
Pseudopolysomes, prepared from thylakoids with low levels of ribosomes, contain about the same proportion of thylakoid protein but pr …
Ribosomes, polyribosomes, and deoxyribonucleic acid from thermophilic mesophilic, and psychrophilic clostridia.
Irwin CC, et al. J Bacteriol 1973. PMID 4688140 Free PMC article.
Ribosomes from the four clostridial species were also examined in regard to the effect of heat on their functional integrity, measured by their activity in poly U-directed (14)C-phenylaline incorporation, and their gross physical integrity, measured by sucrose gradient analysis. ...At 55 C, little effect was seen on the thermophile ribosomes, but the mesophile ribosomes lost 90% of their activity in 1 hr, and psychrophile ribosomes lost 100% of their activity within 10 min. ...
Ribosomes from the four clostridial species were also examined in regard to the effect of heat on their functional integrity, measure
Positions of ribosomal subunits
DeRosier DJ and Klug A. Science 1969. PMID 5773114
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