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Eur J Biochem. 1981;114(1):127-31.

Decrease in the S1 protein of 30-S ribosomal subunits in polyamine-requiring mutants of Escherichia coli grown in the absence of polyamines.

Abstract

The reason for the decrease of polypeptide-synthetic activity of 30-S ribosomal subunits obtained from two polyamine-requiring mutants of Escherichia coli, grown in the absence of polyamines, has been studied by analyzing the total and split proteins of 30-S subunits by disc gel and slab gel electrophoresis. It was concluded that the decrease of S1 protein in 30-S subunits was responsible for the decrease of polypeptide synthesis in polyamine-requiring mutants of E. coli grown in the absence of polyamines.

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