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1993 | 3 | 134-137
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Antisense makes sense in protein biosynthesis regulation

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<Protein biosynthesis> occurs in nature with frequency error better than 10-4. Regulation of <polypeptide synthesis> is caused by several factors. Recently the effect of <antisense oligonucleotides> on <peptide synthesis> in vivo as well as in vitro has been presented. The specific recognition of substrate by ribozyme is also determined by sense-antisense hybridization reaction of ribozymes flanking sequences.
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3
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134-137
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T.Twardowski
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