Nature Genetics 48, 528 (2016).
Authors: Walter L Eckalbar, Stephen A Schlebusch, Mandy K Mason, Zoe Gill, Ash V Parker, Betty M Booker, Sierra Nishizaki, Christiane Muswamba-Nday, Elizabeth Terhune, Kimberly A Nevonen, Nadja Makki, Tara Friedrich, Julia ... mehr
Nature Genetics 48, 475 (2016).
Comparison of evolutionary adaptations and innovations illuminates the genetic basis for the development of animal forms. Gene networks that retain similar wiring diagrams in diverse and distantly related organisms point t ... mehr
Most of today's knowledge of the CPEB3 ribozyme, one of the few small self-cleaving ribozymes known to occur in humans, is based on comparative studies with the hepatitis delta virus (HDV) ribozyme, which is highly similar in cleavage mechanism and probably also in structure. Here we presen ... mehr
Triple-stranded RNA was first deduced to form in vitro more than 50 years ago and has since been implicated in RNA catalysis, stability, and small molecule binding. Despite the emerging biological significance of RNA triple helices, it remains unclear how their nucleotide composition contri ... mehr
Ribonuclease P (RNase P) catalyzes the cleavage of leader sequences from precursor tRNA (pre-tRNA). Typically, these enzymes are ribonucleic protein complexes that are found in all domains of life. However, a new class of RNase P has been discovered that is composed entirely of protein, ter ... mehr