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The recent advent of ribosome profiling ? sequencing of short ribosome-bound fragments of mRNA ? has offered an unprecedented opportunity to interrogate the sequence features responsible for modulating translational rates.
Nevertheless, numerous analyses of the first riboprofiling dataset have produced equivocal and often incompatible results.
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Author: Carlo G.
Artieri; Hunter B.
Fraser


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