Suppressing the urge to translate: Sequences with the potential to form G-quadruplexes were identified in the open reading frames of E. coli genes. These sequences were found to form parallel G-quadruplexes and to suppress translation (see picture) of the mRNAs into proteins both in vitro and in cells.
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