Synchronized Mitochondrial and Cytosolic Translation

Harvard Medical School researchers have uncovered an “elegant synchronization” between the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes. Assistant professor of genetics Stirling Churchman and postdoctoral researcher Mary Couvillion describe their discovery, which was published online May 11 in the journal Nature.

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