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Rotation Projects In yeast cells, protein translocation across the endoplasmic reticulum can occur by cotranslational or posttranslational pathways.  The objective of this project is to develop a rapid method to inactivate the posttranslational pathway in vivo in yeast cells by appending the CMV-ribosome stalling sequence to the C-terminus of a typical posttranslational translocation substrate (carboxypeptidase Y).  Complexes between the posttranslational translocation channel (SEC complex) and the stalled ribosomes will be purified for structural and functional analysis.  

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