#1 The Ribosome
Richard P Grant
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Uh uh. I teach protein translation, and you need to more clearly show the size differences between the 60s and 40s appleosome subunits…
Actually Steve, the lower apple is about 40% bigger than the upper one, but camera foreshortening makes it look smaller.
I bet Venki never had this problem.
I think you need cooked spaghetti spooling off somewhere to indicate peptide chains.
I was wondering about that, but cooked spaghetti will have to wait.
And what, sea horses for tRNA?
I feel somehow that your model fails to capture the core essence of the complex.
But you have to admit my model has a certain appeel.
I thought Henry might pip you to that particular pun.
He evidently bears me no malus.
Methinks the small subunit should be made of short ribs…
The UK version can be horse ribs rather than pork.
Looks like you’ve Coxed that up a bit