elongation factor G

Accession ARO:3000730
DefinitionElongation factor G (EF-G) provides energy for the translocation step in protein synthesis. Antibiotics that target EF-G allow one round of translocation but prevent EF-G from dissociating from the ribosome-RNA complex.
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Muhonen J, et al. 2008. Anal Biochem 374(1): 133-142. Interactions of fusidic acid and elongation factor G with lipid membranes. (PMID 17980694)

Nyborg J and Liljas A. 1998. FEBS Lett 430(1-2): 95-99. Protein biosynthesis: structural studies of the elongation cycle. (PMID 9678602)