read-through

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read-through

process of TRANSCRIPTION or TRANSLATION continuing beyond the normal termination site, because of the absence or alteration of the usual transcription or translation stop signal of the gene, due for example to MUTATION. Extended transcripts or polypeptides may be formed. Also called terminator read-through.
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I will see her at the table read. We have ongoing conversations with the producers and it was made clear to us very early on that everyone took Constance at her word that she was apologetic."A
You guys mean the world to me and I appreciate you beyond words," she (https://www.instagram.com/p/BuCVvpcF0jF/?utm_source=ig_embed) captioned a photo she took with her co-workers a few weeks back when they did the table read for the finale. 
Ejay and I asked some of our most talented performer friends to do a kind of radio drama version of the show for the producers, also known as a 'table read.' (As a method for determining what works-and what doesn't work-in a script, a table read is one of the best tools available for a playwright.
Delegates will be treated to a live table read as well as hearing about writing, producing and performing in the show.
"I just wish the original table read was what the finale episode was," she added.
Work on the CBS comedy continued Monday through Thursday, with co-star Betty White subbing for Moore during the table read, script revisions, and blocking.
If I'm asked to do another Kung Fu Panda film, I'll request the actors get together and do a table read. We can have fun and get a sense of where everybody is going.
He also revealed that it was the first time the cast got together for a table read before shooting began.
"We did a table read in front of all the big wigs at the beeb and Tiger Aspect (the production company) and they chose to take Elliot's script and make a pilot."
"We did a table read in front of all the bigwigs at the Beeb and Tiger Aspect (the production company) and they chose to take Elliot's script and make a pilot."
"It was lots of fun to have a table read and meet other screenwriters," noted Iowa-based writer Spencer Loucks, who wrote the Second Place script "Fathers," while Andrea Elizabeth Gardner, co-writing with Amanda Dawn Jacobson, found the table read of the top three winning submissions -- including theirs', "Halloqueens" -- invaluable.