RNA splicing The case for an RNA enzyme
[Auszug] Most messenger RNAs encoded by nuclear genes are synthesized as precursor RNA molecules, in which coding sequences (exons) are interrupted by intervening sequences (introns). For the mRNA to become functional — capable of being translated into protein — the introns must be excised ...
|Published in:||Nature <London>, Vol. 408, No. 6814 (2000), p. 782-783|
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