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In molecular biology, splicing is a modification of an RNA after transcription, in which introns are removed and exons are joined. This is needed for the typical eukaryotic messenger RNA before it can be used to produce a...
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Tom Cech (right) discovered self-splicing in rRNA in 1981/82. The discovery was ... Self-splicing and Enzymatic Activity of an Intervening Sequence RNA from ...
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RNA splicing n The process by which base pairs that interrupt the ... There are three kinds of self-splicing introns, Group I, Group II and Group III. ...
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Here, the self-splicing activities of 12 group I introns from various organisms ... Since the discovery of self-splicing of the Tetrahymena thermophila rRNA intron ...
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We report the occurrence of self-splicing group I introns in viruses that infect ... A self-splicing intron in the small subunit rRNA gene of Pneumocystis carinii. ...
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The Tetrahymena pre-rRNA self-splicing intron is shown to function in the ... In addition, even the best self-splicing constructs, which produced half as much ...
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Figure 2 Effect of exon context on RNA self-splicing and translation in vitro. ... Table 2 Self-splicing of a pol II transcript in vitro and in human cells ...
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Self-splicing,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... also contain self-splicing introns. ...
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Biology Research Areas. Group I Self-Splicing Introns - Sandra A. Nierzwicki-Bauer ... One such class of catalytic molecules are the Group I self-splicing introns. ...
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Group 1 introns are self-splicing: they pinch themselves out of the mRNA, just ... Group 2 introns are also self-splicing, with no assistance whatsoever: purely as ...
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Interlocked RNA circle formation by a self-splicing yeast mitochondrial group I intron ... investigated the in vitro self-splicing of a class II mitochondrial ...
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Self-splicing of group II introns in vitro: Mapping of the branch point and ... Group II intron bl1 from yeast mitochondria can undergo self-splicing in vitro. ...
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Self-splicing occurs in vitro (for a few of the introns studied to date), but ... They are large self-splicing ribozymes and have 6 structural domains (usually ...
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This reaction is similar to the self-splicing reaction in that the region to be ... a comparable role in the self-splicing reaction, however, and so our unique ...
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This self-splicing RNA provided the first example of a ... A 3' hydroxyl is the same as the product of self-splicing but opposite to the ...
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