Protein quality control at the ribosome : focus on RAC, NAC and RQC

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GAMERDINGER, Martin, 2016. Protein quality control at the ribosome : focus on RAC, NAC and RQC. In: Essays In Biochemistry. 60(2), pp. 203-212. ISSN 0071-1365. eISSN 1744-1358. Available under: doi: 10.1042/EBC20160011

@article{Gamerdinger2016Prote-38118, title={Protein quality control at the ribosome : focus on RAC, NAC and RQC}, year={2016}, doi={10.1042/EBC20160011}, number={2}, volume={60}, issn={0071-1365}, journal={Essays In Biochemistry}, pages={203--212}, author={Gamerdinger, Martin} }

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