00:19:24.20 from the side. 00:28:34.12 - 95% of messenger RNAs - 00:01:02.05 have a start codon 00:20:02.26 and amplification biases. Proteins come in a huge variety of forms and perform a wide range of functions. 00:22:52.26 You see that in bacteria we refer to the initiation factors 00:02:49.08 that we refer to as non-stop decay. 00:18:43.14 and that's what we think is a full ribosome 00:09:49.22 and this activity suggested 00:12:01.10 So, the next thing I want to tell you about 00:22:51.04 There's no differences in their distribution. 00:41:51.27 at the heart of peptidyl transfer, 00:34:53.29 of that intermediate state. 00:32:25.06 If it's a poor binder 00:12:06.28 the 20 amino acids, 00:11:43.04 just bumps out a little bit... 00:33:40.28 on endonucleolytically-cleaved messenger RNAs 00:12:04.24 on defective messenger RNAs, 00:27:13.19 It just didn't provide us with very many targets. 00:01:09.26 and what the cell would like to do 00:35:47.05 So with that I'm going to stop and conclude 00:23:07.19 that I'll refer to as core functions, 00:40:23.21 A particular feature to notice, however, 00:33:56.22 this is a good tRNA, 00:06:52.19 and that's what we mean by non-ambiguous. 00:02:33.08 and highly regulated event 00:18:18.08 and ask what the average length 00:05:14.28 at the second position, we can have a U, C, A, or G, 00:23:48.18 We'll also focus on some factors 00:12:48.09 gets attached to the right tRNA. 00:36:20.26 that the incomplete protein product needs to be targeted for degradation, 00:10:11.04 when presented with Dom34 and Hbs1... 00:11:51.18 and that these would be ideal targets for these proteins, 00:15:17.11 which is the start site, 00:03:59.26 That's where we've learned the most 00:05:59.19 into what was in place in our lab, 00:04:28.09 because the ribosome must be the enzyme, 00:24:18.25 is activated by unfolded proteins 00:36:15.12 There's an element in the large subunit Protein synthesis is a fancy term that means making protein. 00:05:30.29 that's known to interact with the GTPases Protein synthesis - Higher. 00:34:24.10 as a way to end and tell you 00:13:45.07 and had been developed by Nick Ingolia, 00:16:31.16 and you align all the stop codons 00:03:39.26 So, the players... what are we gonna focus on first? 00:25:55.10 we're going to talk about a process known as scanning, The production of proteins from the code within DNA occurs in two main stages: 1. 00:12:45.02 is a gene that's non-essential in yeast, 00:32:38.27 how well that tRNA binds and how well it is rejected... 00:36:17.16 called the A loop 00:21:31.22 is you can take all the reads on a given gene Proteins are made of a long chain of amino acids, which has been coded for by DNA. 00:14:02.03 because occasionally the enzyme 00:15:18.12 for rescue factors. Research Articles 00:28:11.00 in our yeast cells 00:28:39.26 is the one that's utilized to start an open reading frame. 00:42:19.19 in connecting amino acids to tRNAs. 00:01:26.15 with two strands of nucleic acid, 00:35:12.16 and you could imagine there's short-mers 00:03:35.18 and we'll take a walk She then moved to Harvard to pursue her PhD in the lab of Jack Szostak where she worked on designing catalytic RNA molecules and investigating their implications for the evolution of life. 00:34:00.26 we've come to understand 00:11:07.24 And what we know is that there is one tRNA 00:26:32.01 where they don't want tRNAs to bind. 00:24:37.15 and follow how it is that ribosomes identify the initiating AUG 00:37:54.18 binds in the A site of the ribosome 00:12:27.01 and that is the translation of the genetic code. 00:27:52.10 and it actually binds directly to it 00:15:32.28 is simply a polypurine track 00:27:16.28 Alright, I'm going to tell you another story, now, 00:23:55.28 that correspond to the bacterial factors, on the left, 00:13:39.18 with the help of ATP, 00:14:53.20 You typically couple this experiment 00:36:41.07 and all the ribosome profiling work 00:14:31.06 These are the elements 00:10:18.00 and then there's the anticodon stem 00:03:14.27 We became interested 00:12:51.23 is something known as proofreading. 00:22:04.16 which is the recognition of a stop codon 00:10:08.11 and give it the dynamic properties 00:20:50.28 that make the ribosome larger and likely 00:10:56.26 from the 3' end 00:31:48.04 Well, we can take this sort of signature 00:01:53.20 to make the peptide, or the protein. 00:10:09.03 was that a ribosome complex, 00:18:36.07 New tRNAs are going to come into this site of the ribosome. 00:41:15.28 and the result is that, in an energy-dependent reaction, 00:06:10.28 and we see there are three stops: 00:14:57.00 and we refer to bacterial messenger RNAs 00:25:03.18 aligned specifically along the HAC1 gene, 00:07:14.08 it ends up typically having a relatively minor consequence, 00:04:57.21 called the NIKS domain, 00:36:44.22 a recent postdoc in the lab. 00:42:23.25 which has a multi-step process 00:32:02.28 EFTu is going to load the aminoacyl-tRNA into the ribosome. 00:34:02.12 from using crystallography and biochemistry Any opinion, finding, conclusion, or recommendation expressed in these videos are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of iBiology, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, or other iBiology funders. 00:03:42.02 The players. 00:35:05.07 out of Tom Steitz's lab. 00:30:01.11 that helps to facilitate this subunit joining step 00:26:23.15 Well, I can tell you that the set of core factors 00:14:06.27 what the role of Dom34 is in yeast cells 00:28:27.08 or in the yeast transcriptome, 00:09:54.08 is they were recognizing ribosomes 00:25:24.10 - the 16-mer reads of a single monosome peak, 00:02:09.08 and the ability to promote the normal termination process. 00:20:01.06 and cloning biases, Any opinion, finding, conclusion, or recommendation expressed in these videos are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of iBiology, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, or other iBiology funders. 00:02:22.27 is that the messenger RNA might not actually have a stop codon, 00:41:59.28 with the help of exogenous protein factors, of course. Each protein molecule. 00:20:12.24 At the top is the bacterial ribosome, 00:24:42.22 and we know it's unproductive because this has been documented, 00:33:43.08 that must be the result 00:18:01.21 And the RNA really is at the heart of the ribosome, 00:12:10.14 that I just described. 00:04:55.02 as the code... 00:24:31.01 And it's waiting for a signature 00:11:38.25 that makes the nucleotides face one another like this, 00:12:39.06 is extremely high: 00:16:58.18 and finally we get to the ribosome. 00:10:48.19 That means certain tRNAs 00:32:23.05 and that's consistent with the spacing 00:15:50.29 encodes a single protein, These chains form proteins and this process is called protein synthesis. 00:07:37.00 what we've done is we've formed a complex, 00:40:15.03 and that these two factors evolved independently, Transcription– where the DNA code for one gene is copied into mRNA. 00:25:25.05 We see a messenger RNA template, here, 00:41:53.10 and as we would see if we looked at it in more detail, 00:12:13.23 is an enzyme known as the aminoacyl tRNA synthetase 00:02:54.14 are probably three related processes 00:29:12.20 So, we had another way that we thought we could look for 00:05:35.08 So, this was our starting point. 00:03:26.17 whereby a stop codon is recognized 00:30:09.13 where, once that AUG is recognized, 00:34:44.01 into a funny position after peptide bond formation 00:40:06.12 after the lineages had split, 00:24:04.09 where the same three factors 00:00:51.10 The RNA ultimately then needs to be translated 00:22:21.07 I'll show you another similar plot, however, 00:31:50.20 is a GTPase, 00:01:07.24 that signifies the end of an open reading frame, 00:11:30.18 There's an endonucleolytic cleavage that actually happens 00:04:50.18 There were structures know of eRF1 and Dom34. 00:30:53.17 and we'll talk about a number of steps 00:34:50.16 and they 're scattered sort of around the exterior of the key features of the complex translation. 00:42:19.19 in connecting amino acids residues bound to each other with peptide bonds just one codon to join amino to... 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