International Journal of Cell Biology and Cellular Processes

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Special Issue

Biosynthetic Pathway of Protein

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

The process by which cells create proteins is known as protein biosynthesis (synthesis). The phrase is occasionally used to refer just to protein translation, but more frequently it describes a multi-step process that starts with transcription and amino acid synthesis before being employed for translation. Prokaryotes and eukaryotes have different processes for protein production, despite the similarities. A biological cell’s production of new proteins, known as protein biosynthesis, is counterbalanced by the loss of existing proteins through breakdown or export. The biosynthetic process includes the production of messenger RNA (mRNA), aminoacylation of transfer RNA (tRNA), cotranslational transport, and post-translational modification in addition to translation, the building of amino acids by ribosomes. Multiple processes in the production of proteins are closely regulated. They primarily occur during translation (phenomena of amino acid assembly from RNA) and transcription (phenomena of RNA synthesis from DNA template). The first of several RNA intermediates are created by transcription of the cistron DNA. The most recent version serves as a template for creating a polypeptide chain. Often, mRNA translation will produce protein directly from genes. However, a protein precursor is created when a protein needs to be made quickly or in huge amounts. Proproteins are inactive proteins that include one or more inhibitory peptides that can be activated during posttranslational modification when the inhibitory sequence is eliminated by proteolysis. A preprotein is a version of a protein that has an N-terminal signal peptide that directs the insertion of the protein into or through membranes or targets the membranes for secretion


Proteins, Prokaryotes, tRNA, mRNA, Translation

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