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The L7/L12 proteins change their conformation upon interaction of EF-G with ribosomes.

The different functional complexes of ribosomes with elongation factor F (EF-G) were studied by digestion experiments with trypsin. It was found that upon interaction of EF-G with ribosomes the L7/L12 proteins are sensitive to trypsin and are trypsin resistant after dissociation of EF-G from ribosomes. The significance of conformational alterations in the L7/L12 and also in the other proteins in the translation process is discussed.[1]


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