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Cumulative Specificity: A Universal Mechanism for the Initiation of Protein Synthesis

By Tokumasa Nakamoto and Ferenc J. Kezdy

Submitted: January 17th 2012Reviewed: June 30th 2012Published: October 10th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/51179

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Tokumasa Nakamoto and Ferenc J. Kezdy (October 10th 2012). Cumulative Specificity: A Universal Mechanism for the Initiation of Protein Synthesis, Cell-Free Protein Synthesis Manish Biyani, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51179. Available from:

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