In 2000, Shilatifard identified E113 as the third member of the Ell (for "Eleven-nineteen lysine-rich leukemia gene") family of elongation factors
, proteins that increase the rate at which genes are expressed.
Eukaryotic Elongation Factor
One Alpha (eEF1A) is a multifunctional protein active in protein synthesis and degradation, binding actin and microtubules and several different signal transduction pathways in the cell.
Actin: an inhibitor of eukaryotic elongation factor
Phylogeny of the Enterobacteriaceae based on genes encoding elongation factor
Tu and F-ATPase subunit.
Diphtheria toxin: site and configuration of ADP-ribosylation of diphthamide in elongation factor
Isolation, Identification, and Characterization of a Sugarcane Elongation Factor
1[alpha] gene and Its 5' Upstream Sequence
The Roleez wheel has tires made of soft, pliable polyurethane, which are said to offer a tensile strength of 900 lbs/in  and an elongation factor
This paper is one in a series on an attempt to genetically engineer the components of fitness by inserting P-elements containing the heat-shock promoter and the gene for elongation factor
EF-1[Alpha] into the Drosophila genome (Shepherd et al.
The liner will not tear because of its "memory" and elongation factor
. Critical placement is retained with integrated "keys" or "locks." Figure 5 shows an example of a corebox with flexible lining, which replaced a multiple-piece corebox.
Additionally, the non-virus-originated human elongation factor
1 alpha promoter was developed for efficient high-level transgene expression .