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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.

read-through

transcription DNA or translation of RNA that proceeds past the point of termination because of the absence of a terminal signal.
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Before each table read, Jill Soloway, the show's creator, stands up and leads everyone in a moment of gratitude--gratitude for the opportunity to tell this story.
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.
See you losers at Tuesday's table read," the 26-year-old actress posted as a caption to the image shared on her (http://instagram.
Packed with previously unseen glossy photos and a witty narrative throughout, this hefty volume is the perfect coffee table read for avid fans and casual viewers alike.
We kind of got along right at the first table read.
With beautiful landscape photography all throughout and plenty of wisdom to ponder, "Everyday Heaven" is a choice, coffee table read that is much recommended for connoisseurs of quality photography.
Down the road, the series will host a live table read of 1985 Brat Pack film "The Breakfast Club" featuring a surprise cast directed by Jason Reitman ("Up in the Air").
much more than a doctors waiting room or coffee table read, it is a visual and interactive experience for all you UAE sporting fans and in fact sporting fans anywhere in the world
He attended a table read this week at the Saddle Ranch eatery in West Hollywood for a Sony project to be produced by Will Smith's production company, Overbrook Entertainment.
The first table read, we are all laughing so hard we could barely get through it.