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Group II intron is a class of self-catalytic ribozymes and retroelements found in rRNA, tRNA, mRNA of organelles in fungi, plants, protists, and bacteria. Self-splicing occurs in vitro, but protein machinery is probably...
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Phylogenetic tree, secondary and ORF structure to identify and catalog group II introns in bacteria and other organisms, maintained by the Zimmerly Laboratory at the ...
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Group II introns are self-splicing RNAs and retroelements found in bacteria and ... Some group II introns also encode a reverse transcriptase (RT) ORF and are ...
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Group II introns are widely believed to have been ancestors of spliceosomal ... It has been proposed that mobile group II introns were created when an RT was ...
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Group II introns can cut themselves out of a strand of RNA and ligate the pieces ... The catalytic machinery for group II intron splicing probably evolved into the ...
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Group II Introns ... The DNA of some Group II introns also includes an open reading frame (ORF) that ... similar to those of Group II introns, and this has led ...
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GROUP II INTRONS: A... LITERATURE CITED. Group II introns comprise the ... Group II introns have many attractive properties for the molecular systematist: ...
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Functional motifs of a typical group II intron encoded maturases. Pro domain ... Euglena chloroplast group II introns, due to the lack of several tertiary ...
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Group,II,introns,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Not all group I and group II introns splice without ...
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Group II introns are self-splicing ribozymes believed to be the ancestors of ... Many group II introns encode reverse transcriptases that promote both RNA ...
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Global Regulators Orchestrate Group II Intron Retromobility ... Retrohoming: cDNA-Mediated Mobility of Group II Introns Requires a Catalytic RNA ...
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Group II introns are released in a lariat form that can efficiently integrate ... Recent advances in group II intron research have enabled the efficient and ...
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Some introns, such as the Group I and Group II introns, after transcription ... Group II and III introns are similar and have a conserved secondary structure. ...
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mobile group II intron-encoded proteins suggests that specific ... group II introns, DIV is not critical for in Vitro self-splicing ...
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Group II introns are large, highly structured catalytic RNAs that require ... The chemical mechanism of group II intron splicing is identical to that in the ...
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