Cholesterol metabolism, LDL, and the LDL receptor

Cholesterol metabolism, LDL, and the LDL receptor

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Nevertheless, these observations seemed to support the view that apoB-48 is translated from a separate message. ... Hence, the normal mechanism of aquot; splicing outaquot; at an exon- intron junction would not generate a message encoding apoB-48. ... The answers to both questions, obtained independently in three laboratories, turned out to involve a mechanism for which ... Hence, the change from C to U in intestinal apoB mRNA must occur during or after transcription of the gene, ratheranbsp;...

Title:Cholesterol metabolism, LDL, and the LDL receptor
Author: N. B. Myant
Publisher:Academic Pr - 1990

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