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Article on the RNA that carries information from DNA to protein synthesis. ... 2.5 Monocistronic versus polycistronic mRNA. 2.6 mRNA circularization. 3 Degradation ...
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messenger RNA n. ( Abbr. mRNA ) The form of RNA that mediates the transfer of genetic information from the ... 2.5 Monocistronic versus polycistronic mRNA ...
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... transcriptionally processed into monocistronic or oligocistronic units, ... Interestingly, high amounts of monocistronic yfp mRNA accumulated only in the Nt ...
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The monocistronic gerVB gene is of particular interest, since data presented in ... Whether this gene and other monocistronic genes that have yet to be identified ...
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The monocistronic mRNA is not very abundant, but we have shown that an E7 ... Eukaryotic mRNAs are usually monocistronic and translational initiation occurs ...
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... the P542 promoter, which putatively controls monocistronic expression of E7. The monocistronic mRNA is not very abundant, but we have shown that an E7 ...
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iii. The viral mRNA acts as a monocistronic transcript. ... There is one monocistronic mRNA for each of the five virally coded proteins (figure 8) ...
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Eukaryotic cells have monocistronic mRNAs, in contrast to bacteria that can have ... A monocistronic mRNA codes for one protein since the ribosome finds a ...
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Surprisingly, expression of monocistronic plasmids expressing LucR of LucF is ... It has often been claimed that monocistronic vectors are expressed with a higher ...
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In contrast to the monocistronic clpPI gene, clpPII and clpPIII are part of two ... Including the monocistronic clpC, clpBI and clpBII genes, cyanobacteria appear ...
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In prokaryotes, transcription and translation of a single gene can occur simultaneously. ...
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We all know that eukaryotic gene is monocistronic meaning one gene-one-protein, however, one gene can possibly make a new protein related to the first, how could ...
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5 -UTR containing monocistronic reporter mRNAs continue ... monocistronic analysis of RNAs in vitro, the firefly luciferase ... or uncapped monocistronic ...
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GATA-4 5'-UTR sequences confer efficient translation of uncapped monocistronic reporter mRNAs. A, SP6-based monocistronic constructs. ...
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Information from Wikipedia on the attachment, entry, and expression of ... Replication is monocistronic and includes individual, segmented genomes, meaning ...
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Each genome segment is transcribed separately to produce monocistronic mRNAs. ... Replication occurs as above and monocistronic mRNAs are produced. ...
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Putative IRES elements almost always reside at the 5' end of monocistronic transcripts (33) ... to the effect on monocistronic mRNAs, insertion of a single ...
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No monocistronic transcripts were detected with these constructs. ... However, the lack of detectable monocistronic transcript from Sno and Bad would ...
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Figure 6 Promoter activity of p27 5'-UTR in monocistronic constructs and RNase protection assay. ... These shorter monocistronic RNA transcripts are likely ...
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