A highly conserved eukaryotic protein family possessing properties of polypeptide chain release factor
Lyudmila Frolova;Lyudmila Frolova;Xavier Le Goff;Hanne H. Rasmussen;Sergey Cheperegin.
Polypeptide Release Factors in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes: Same Function, Different Structure
Mutations in the highly conserved GGQ motif of class 1 polypeptide release factors abolish ability of human eRF1 to trigger peptidyl-tRNA hydrolysis.
Ludmila Yu. Frolova;Ruslan Yu. Tsivkovskii;Galina F. Sivolobova;Nina Yu. Oparina.
In vitro reconstitution of eukaryotic translation reveals cooperativity between release factors eRF1 and eRF3.
Elena Z. Alkalaeva;Andrey V. Pisarev;Lyudmila Y. Frolova;Lev L. Kisselev.
Termination of translation: interplay of mRNA, rRNAs and release factors?
Lev Kisselev;Måns Ehrenberg;Ludmila Frolova.
The EMBO Journal (2003)
Eukaryotic polypeptide chain release factor eRF3 is an eRF1- and ribosome-dependent guanosine triphosphatase.
L Frolova;X Le Goff;G Zhouravleva;E Davydova.
Translational termination comes of age.
Lev L. Kisselev;Richard H. Buckingham.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (2000)
DIADENOSINE OLIGOPHOSPHATES (APNA), A NOVEL CLASS OF SIGNALLING MOLECULES?
Lev L Kisselev;Lev L Kisselev;Just Justesen;Alexey D Wolfson;Lyudmila Yu Frolova;Lyudmila Yu Frolova.
FEBS Letters (1998)
Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases: sone recent results and achievements.
Lev L. Kisselev;Ol'Ga O. Favorova.
Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology (1974)
C-terminal domains of human translation termination factors eRF1 and eRF3 mediate their in vivo interaction
Tatyana I. Merkulova;Lyudmila Y. Frolova;Lyudmila Y. Frolova;Monique Lazar;Jacques Camonis.
FEBS Letters (1999)
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