Biopolym. Cell. 2001; 17(3):185-202.
Поліаденілювання про-мРНК. 2. Утворення 3'-кінцевих полі (А)-послідовностей мРНК дріжджів, рослин, прокаріотів та вірусів
1Зарудна М. І.
  1. Інститут молекулярної біології і генетики НАН України
    Вул. Академіка Заболотного, 150, Київ, Україна, 03680


Представлена робота є другою заключною частиною огляду, присвяченого поліаденілюванню про-мРНК різних категорій організмів. У ній розглянуто процеси утворення полі(А)- хвостів мРНК дріжджів, рослин, прокаріотів та вірусів. За­ пропоновано модель утворення комплексу розщеплення на сайті поліаденілювання про-мРНК дріжджів.


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