Newberyite in Ancient and Modern Urinary Calculi: Identification and Space Group

K. Lonsdale, D. J. Sutor
1966 Science  
creased sites for polysome attachment per unit membrane. The two changes under consideration occur at the membrane, progressively throughout the log phase of growth. Consequently, our findings suggest that membrane constituents may play a regulatory role during bacterial growth, possibly through alterations in the number of sites available for polysome attachment, and for the localization of enzymes responsible for messenger degradation.
doi:10.1126/science.154.3754.1353 pmid:5925069 fatcat:eswzg5o4tfh5tkx7ap4564s6ja