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Steen Pedersen

Steen Pedersen
Position: Associate Professor
Email: steenpmy.molbio.ku.dk
Phone: 45 353-22096

Publications:
Mette Eriksen, Kim Sneppen, Steen Pedersen, and Namiko Mitarai
Occlusion of the Ribosome Binding Site Connects the Translational Initiation Frequency, mRNA Stability and Premature Transcription Termination
Front. Microbiol. 8:362 (2017)

Stefan Klumpp, Matthew Scott, Steen Pedersen, and Terence Hwa
Molecular crowding limits translation and cell growth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 16754– (2013)

Namiko Mitarai and Steen Pedersen
Control of ribosome traffic by position-dependent choice of synonymous codons
Phys. Biol. 10:056011 (2013)
arXiv:1309.0936

Margit Pedersen, Søren Nissen, Namiko Mitarai, Sine Lo Svenningsen, Kim Sneppen, and Steen Pedersen
The Functional Half-Life of an mRNA Depends on the Ribosome Spacing in an Early Coding Region
J. Mol. Biol. 407:35 (2011)

Sneppen K, Pedersen S, Krishna S, Dodd I, Semsey S.
Economy of operon formation: cotranscription minimizes shortfall in protein complexes.
MBio 1: e00177 (2010)

Namiko Mitarai, Kim Sneppen, Steen Pedersen
Ribosome Collisions and Translation Efficiency: Optimization by Codon Usage and mRNA Destabilization
J. Mol. Biol. 382:236 (2008)

K.B. Arnvig, S. Pedersen and K. Sneppen
Thermodynamics of Heat Shock Response
Phys. Rev. Lett. 84:3005 (2000)
cond-mat/9912402