Proofreading

Proofreading is the reading of a galley proof or computer monitor to detect and correct production-errors of text or art. Proofreaders are expected to be consistently accurate by default because they occupy the last stage of typographic production before publication.

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Protein Synthesis Inhibitor - Mechanism - Proofreading
... mechanisms of action, interfere with the proofreading process, causing increased rate of error in synthesis with premature termination ...
Proofreading (biology)
... The term proofreading is used in genetics to refer to the error-correcting processes, first proposed by John Hopfield and Jacques Ninio, involved in DNA replication, immune system specificity, enzyme-s ... The proofreading mechanisms of Hopfield and Ninio are non-equilibrium active processes that consume ATP to enhance specificity of various biochemical reactions ... only the polymerases that deal with the elongation (γ, δ and ε) have proofreading ability (3'->5' exonuclease activity) ...
Kinetic Proofreading - Multistep Ratchet - Universal First Passage Time
... Biochemical processes that use kinetic proofreading to improve specificity implement the delay-inducing multistep ratchet by a variety of distinct biochemical networks ... networks result in the times to completion of the molecular assembly and the proofreading steps (also known as the first passage time) that approach a ... are characteristic of a two-state Markov process, this observation makes kinetic proofreading one of only a few examples of biochemical processes where structural ...