Gene- and Species-Specific Hox mRNA Translation by Ribosome Expansion Segments

Volume: 80, Issue: 6, Pages: 980 - 995.e13
Published: Dec 1, 2020
Abstract
Ribosomes have been suggested to directly control gene regulation, but regulatory roles for ribosomal RNA (rRNA) remain largely unexplored. Expansion segments (ESs) consist of multitudes of tentacle-like rRNA structures extending from the core ribosome in eukaryotes. ESs are remarkably variable in sequence and size across eukaryotic evolution with largely unknown functions. In characterizing ribosome binding to a regulatory element within a...
Paper Details
Title
Gene- and Species-Specific Hox mRNA Translation by Ribosome Expansion Segments
Published Date
Dec 1, 2020
Volume
80
Issue
6
Pages
980 - 995.e13
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