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Polyadenylation is the addition of a poly(A) tail, a stretch of RNA where all ... The poly(A) tail is important for the nuclear export, translation and ...
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A fully processed mRNA includes a 5' cap, 5' UTR, coding region, 3' UTR, and poly(A) tail. ... Poly(A) tail removal is thought to disrupt the circular ...
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In the cytoplasm, the poly(A) tail bound by Pab1 cooperates with the cap ... supports a significant role for poly(A) tail length control in gene regulation. ...
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The poly(A) tail functions in two ways. ... The poly(A) tail also protects the mRNA from nucleases, as illustrated in the following figures. ...
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Thus, the control mechanism truly measures the length of the poly(A) tail. ... CPSF also stimulates poly(A) polymerase on long and short tails. ...
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What is Poly A tail? Meaning of Poly A tail medical term. What does Poly A tail mean? ... The poly(A) tail protects the mRNA from digestion with nuclease and greatly ...
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Molecular dissection of mRNA poly(A) tail length control in yeast. ... Poly(A) Tail-dependent Exonuclease AtRrp41p from Arabidopsis thaliana Rescues ...
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The Poly(A) Tailing Kit uses E. coli poly(A) polymerase I (E-PAP) to polyadenylate ... Effect of Poly(A) Tail on Translation. ...
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A summary of The 5' Cap and the Poly A Tail in 's Post-Transcriptional RNA Processing. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Post ...
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We show that the poly(A) tail enhances 48S complex assembly by the c-myc IRES. ... and PABP bound to the 39 poly(A) tail can mediate ...
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In some experiments, poly(A) tails were removed from RNAs by hybridization to ... Tissue-specific elongation of the poly(A) tail on dehydration. ...
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the poly(A) tail. ... the binding of PABP to the poly(A) tail was also augmented by CP, implying that ... or lack a poly(A) tail were incubated with S130 ...
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EST and mRNA sequences often have poly-A tails at the end of them. ... the minimum length that a poly-A (or poly-T) tail must have before it is removed. ...
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... there are this number or fewer contiguous non-A bases in a poly-A tail then, if ... These will be removed if they are longer than any 3' poly-A tails. ...
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