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1998 2189
1999 1829
2000 1907
2001 2524
2002 2586
2003 2499
2004 2525
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2006 2238
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2009 1230
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Host Shutoff in Influenza A Virus: Many Means to an End
Levene RE and Gaglia MM. Viruses 2018 - Review. PMID 30189604 Free PMC article.
Interestingly, multiple mechanisms of host shutoff have been described in influenza A virus, involving changes in translation, RNA synthesis and stability. Several viral proteins, notably the non-structural protein NS1, the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and the endoribonuclease PA-X have been implicated in host shutoff. ...
Interestingly, multiple mechanisms of host shutoff have been described in influenza A virus, involving changes in translation, RNA sy …
smiFISH and FISH-quant - a flexible single RNA detection approach with super-resolution capability.
Tsanov N, et al. Nucleic Acids Res 2016. PMID 27599845 Free PMC article.
Single molecule FISH (smFISH) allows studying transcription and RNA localization by imaging individual mRNAs in single cells. ...In short, we provide a complete workflow to obtain automatically counts of individual RNA molecules in single cells....
Single molecule FISH (smFISH) allows studying transcription and RNA localization by imaging individual mRNAs in single cells. ...In s …
Thirty Years of Studies of Qβ Replicase: What Have We Learned and What Is Yet to Be Learned?
Chetverin AB. Biochemistry (Mosc) 2018 - Review. PMID 29544428 Free article.
Qβ replicase (RNA-directed RNA polymerase of bacteriophage Qβ) has an unsurpassed capacity to amplify polynucleotides in vitro. In 1986, the Group of Viral RNA Biochemistry was organized at the Institute of Protein Research in order to exploit this property for the synthesis of messenger RNAs to be used in cell-free translation systems. ...
Qβ replicase (RNA-directed RNA polymerase of bacteriophage Qβ) has an unsurpassed capacity to amplify polynucleotides in vitro …
The transformation of the DNA template in RNA polymerase II transcription: a historical perspective.
Kadonaga JT. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 31439939
The discovery of RNA polymerases I, II, and III opened up a new era in gene expression. Here I provide a personal retrospective account of the transformation of the DNA template, as it evolved from naked DNA to chromatin, in the biochemical analysis of transcription by RNA polymerase II. ...
The discovery of RNA polymerases I, II, and III opened up a new era in gene expression. Here I provide a personal retrospective accou …
Regulatory effects of cotranscriptional RNA structure formation and transitions.
Liu SR, et al. Wiley Interdiscip Rev RNA 2016 - Review. PMID 27028291
The cellular environment contains various intrinsic and extrinsic factors that potentially affect RNA folding in vivo, and experimental and theoretical evidence increasingly indicates that the highly flexible features of the RNA structure are affected by these factors, which include the flanking sequence context, physiochemical conditions, cis RNA-RNA interactions, and RNA interactions with other molecules. ...Finally, we illustrate the regulatory roles of RNA structure and discuss advances pertaining to RNA structure in plants. WIREs RNA 2016, 7:562-574. doi: 10.1002/wrna.1350 For further resources related to this article, please visit the WIREs website....
The cellular environment contains various intrinsic and extrinsic factors that potentially affect RNA folding in vivo, and experiment …
A high-resolution mRNA expression time course of embryonic development in zebrafish
White RJ, et al. Elife 2017. PMID 29144233 Free PMC article.
Using poly(A) pulldown stranded RNA-seq and a 3' end transcript counting method we characterise temporal expression profiles of 23,642 genes. ...
Using poly(A) pulldown stranded RNA-seq and a 3' end transcript counting method we characterise temporal expression profiles of 23,64 …
Ankaferd Influences mRNA Expression of Iron-Regulated Genes During Iron-Deficiency Anemia
Gulec A and Gulec S. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost 2018. PMID 29110513 Free PMC article.
Messenger RNA levels of iron-regulated genes were analyzed by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction to elucidate whether iron in ABS behaved similar to inorganic iron (FAC) during IDA. ...
Messenger RNA levels of iron-regulated genes were analyzed by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction to
The end of the message: 3'-end processing leading to polyadenylated messenger RNA.
Wahle E. Bioessays 1992 - Review. PMID 1575710
Almost all messenger RNAs carry a polyadenylate tail that is added in a post-transcriptional reaction. In the nuclei of animal cells, the 3'-end of the RNA is formed by endonucleolytic cleavage of the primary transcript at the site of poly(A) addition, followed by the polymerisation of the tail. The reaction depends on specific RNA sequences upstream as well as downstream of the polyadenylation site. Cleavage and polyadenylation can be uncoupled in vitro. ...
Almost all messenger RNAs carry a polyadenylate tail that is added in a post-transcriptional reaction. In the nuclei of animal cells, …
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