polysome


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polyribosome

 [pol″e-ri´bo-sōm]
a cluster of ribosomes connected with messenger RNA; they play a role in peptide synthesis.

polysome

/poly·some/ (pol´e-sōm) polyribosome.

polysome

(pŏl′ē-sōm′)

polysome

[pol′isōm]
Etymology: Gk, polys + soma, body
a group of ribosomes joined by a molecule of messenger RNA containing a portion of the genetic code that is to be translated. Polysomes are found in the cytoplasm during protein synthesis. Also called ergosome, polyribosome. See also translation.

polysome

see POLYRIBOSOME.

polysome

polyribosome. See also ribosome.
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The polysome system is thousands of times more efficient than phage or bacterial display in creating and screening random libraries and has a wide variety of applications to pharmaceutical research and development," according to Kawasaki, Ph.
In vivo pulse chase studies have shown a rapid rate of synthesis of filament binding proteins and actin monomers by cytosolic polysomes which were incorporated in to microvilli (Cowell and Danielsen, 1984; Danielsen et al.
15] members) can be generated with even more ease by biological techniques such as error prone PCR, DNA shuffling, polysomes, and phage display.