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To what extent do mRNA levels determine protein concentrations?

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Protein concentrations are determined by the levels of their coding mRNAs, by their translation rates, and by protein turnover. However, how much does each of these processes contribute to observed protein levels? Does a weak correlation of protein and mRNA levels indicate poor quality of the data? Or does it imply that post-transcriptional processes substantially contribute fine-tuning protein levels? The webinar will address these and related questions.

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