Frame-shifted proteins of a given gene are unlikely to retain the same function
journal contributionposted on 28.04.2021, 17:05 by Alexander Mankin
In a recently published paper, Huang and coworkers claim that proteins translated in different reading frames from the same mRNA can have similar functions. This conclusion is possibly incorrect due to the possibility that the wild-type protein could still be expressed.
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