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||"To calculate the elongation rate, the
Escherichia coli culture was induced with IPTG,
and the time that elapsed between the appearance
of a specific hybridization signal from
probes complementary to the 5' and 3' segments
of the lacZ transcript was determined by dotblot
hybridization (Fig. 1 and fig. S1) (refs 5, 6)."
||"Remarkably, transcription of rplB-tufA matched
its fast translation rate and was more than 1.5
times as fast as that of srb4 (Fig. 1D and Table 2).
Moreover, genes carrying an intermediate number
of rare codons (lacZ and infB) predictably
displayed intermediate rates of transcription
(Table 2). Thus, codon usage is a key determinant
of transcription rate."