There are several million ribosomes in a single cell. Ribosomes, which are protein production plants, have active roles in all the cells of the body. For example, combining the proteins in the cell to form larger macromolecular structures is among the tasks of the ribosomes. However, not all the functions of ribosomes, which are considered to be the "black box" of molecular biology, have been fully understood yet, and therefore new research has been frequently conducted on the ribosome. The study, the results of which were published in Cell Reports and The EMBO magazines in September 2016, is among these. With this new study, Würzburg University and Max Planck Institute researchers have shown that ribosomes also take on the role of being "a quality control point" as well as assuming protein production, which is the already known assignment of ribosomes.
International news website based in New York – USA, Rescue News, published Harun Yahya’s article “Ribosomal Quality Control” on April 02nd 2017. You may read the article at the below links.