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Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences researchers used a combination of affinity purification and microarrays to study the translational status of every mRNA in S. cerevisiae. Comparing changes in total mRNA levels with ribosome associations, which they call the translatome, they found that severe stress affected both RNA and translatome levels by about 15 percent, whereas mild stress only changed levels by about 1 percent.

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