Subject: Would eukaryotic mRNA be translated if inserted into bacteria?
Date: Tue Jan 18 16:21:15 2005
Posted by Teresa G. Fischer
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Indian River Community College
City: Ft. Pierce State/Province: FL
Area of science: Genetics
If one inserted mRNA made by a eukaryote into the bacterial cytoplasm, would
the 70S bacterial ribosome be able to translate it?
Re: Would eukaryotic mRNA be translated if inserted into bacteria?
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