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Elucidating the mechanism of mRNA translation during Drosophila oogenesis

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mRNA localisation and translational control is a conserved, universal process involved in a number of essential cellular processes. Localised mRNAs are processed throughout their life cycle from transcription to degradation. How and where key mRNA remodelling steps occur is unclear. Furthermore, how mRNAs are translationally repressed during their transport, but translationally activated once localised, is a key question in the field. The Drosophila oocyte is a well used model sys...

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University of Oxford

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University of Cambridge
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Hubrecht Institute
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