Los desajustes en el codón 61 producen efectos en la transcripción de las proteínas que pasan al ADN.


Un nuevo estudio publicado por Zhang D, Chen D, Cao L, Li G, Cheng H ( Febrero 2016) The Effect of Codon Mismatch on the Protein Translation System. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148302. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148302, pone de relieve  los desajustes en la transacción de proteínas como un problema para la configuración neuronal.

El estudio muestra cómo los desordenes y desajustes en la transacción de proteínas afectan a la correcta distribución de las proteínas que se sintetizan en los tejidos celulares.

De acuerdo con los resultados de la simulación, el estudio demuestra que los desajustes en la transacción de proteínas en el codón, se incrementa cuando se producen cuando el ajuste de aminoacidos se encuentra en situación de desbalance. Esta situación afectaría al transporte del RNA, que se traduciría a una incorrecta distribución en la configuración celular.

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