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The antibiotics chloramphenicol and its derivative thiamphenicol (commonly used in veterinary medicine) block the peptidyl translocation reaction in...

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The antibiotics chloramphenicol and its derivative thiamphenicol (commonly used in veterinary medicine) block the peptidyl translocation reaction in bacterial ribosomes. What would you expect to observe in the A site of a bacterial ribosome that has been exposed to chloramphenicol while it is in the process of synthesizing a protein? Why?
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The antibiotics chloramphenicol and its derivative thiamphenicol (commonly used in
veterinary medicine) block the peptidyl translocation reaction in bacterial ribosomes. What
would you expect to...

This question was asked on Nov 04, 2012 and answered on Nov 05, 2012.

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