Exposure of a number of murine and human cell lines to low graded doses of cycloheximide (CXM) results in a pattern of protein synthesis consisting of enhanced and induced species. These can be divided into two main classes according to molecular weight (20-40 and 70-120 Kd), similar to what has been described for other agents that modify the physiological conditions of growth. In addition, the pronounced synthesis of a hitherto unreported 50-Kd protein species has been consistently observed in all lines tested. Simultaneous exposure of cells to CXM and actinomycin D results in suppressing synthesis of some but not all protein species observed, indicating that control mechanisms at both transcriptional and posttranscriptional levels may be operative in this system.
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|Titolo:||Induction and/or selective retention of proteins in mammalian cells exposed to cycloheximide.|
|Citazione:||Sorrentino, V., A., B., A. M., C., P. D., F., & G. B., R. (1985). Induction and/or selective retention of proteins in mammalian cells exposed to cycloheximide. JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY, 125, 313-318.|
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