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Translational repression: a duet of Nanos and Pumilio.

Recent studies have shed new light on translational repression by Nanos and Pumilio proteins. The ancestral function of this repression mechanism appears to be in early germline development; later, species-specific applications in embryonic patterning and spermatogenesis-oogenesis switching evolved.[1]


  1. Translational repression: a duet of Nanos and Pumilio. Parisi, M., Lin, H. Curr. Biol. (2000) [Pubmed]
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