Targeted m6A Reader Proteins To Study Epitranscriptomic Regulation of Single RNAs

Volume: 140, Issue: 38, Pages: 11974 - 11981
Published: Sep 5, 2018
Abstract
Post-transcriptional gene expression regulation of RNA has emerged as a key factor that controls mammalian protein production. RNA trafficking, translation efficiency, and stability are all controlled at the transcript level. For example, in addition to the commonly known processing steps of capping, splicing, and polyadenylation, RNA can be chemically modified. In eukaryotes, N6-methyladenosine (m6A) is the most prevalent mRNA modification....
Paper Details
Title
Targeted m6A Reader Proteins To Study Epitranscriptomic Regulation of Single RNAs
Published Date
Sep 5, 2018
Volume
140
Issue
38
Pages
11974 - 11981
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