Translation UK 2013 Conference
Thursday 4th- Friday 5th July 2013
Hosted by the Centre For Molecular Processing
University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.
mRNA translation is a key regulatory step in the control of gene-expression and protein synthesis. The field itself covers many aspects, including, but not limited to the mechanism and regulation of translation initiation/elongation/termination both globally and in an mRNA specific manner, the regulation of mRNA stability and turnover, microRNA-mediated regulation, sub-cellular localisation mRNAs within the cytoplasm and mRNA sequestration. This meeting encompasses each of these aspects within a broad range of biological contexts.