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Characterization of mammalian selenoproteomes.
A novel stem loop control element-dependent UGA read-through system without translational selenocysteine incorporation in Drosophila.
Genetic code supports targeted insertion of two amino acids by one codon.
Recode-2: new design, new search tools, and many more genes.
Dual functions of codons in the genetic code.
Targeted insertion of cysteine by decoding UGA codons with mammalian selenocysteine machinery.
The selenoproteome of Clostridium sp. OhILAs: characterization of anaerobic bacterial selenoprotein methionine sulfoxide reductase A.
Genome-wide ribosome profiling reveals complex translational regulation in response to oxidative stress.
Is there a twenty third amino acid in the genetic code?
The prokaryotic selenoproteome.
Pyrrolysine and selenocysteine use dissimilar decoding strategies.
UGA codon position-dependent incorporation of selenocysteine into mammalian selenoproteins.
Adjustments, extinction, and remains of selenocysteine incorporation machinery in the nematode lineage.
Lokiarchaeota Marks the Transition between the Archaeal and Eukaryotic Selenocysteine Encoding Systems.
Identity and Function of Selenoprotein Genes
Novel Ciliate Genetic Code Variants Including the Reassignment of All Three Stop Codons to Sense Codons in Condylostoma magnum.
Aminoglycoside-driven biosynthesis of selenium-deficient Selenoprotein P.
AMD1 mRNA employs ribosome stalling as a mechanism for molecular memory formation.
Systems level understanding of selenoprotein biosynthesis
Processive Recoding and Metazoan Evolution of Selenoprotein P: Up to 132 UGAs in Molluscs.
CTELS: A Cell-Free System for the Analysis of Translation Termination Rate.