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sPARTA: a parallelized pipeline for integrated analysis of plant miRNA and cleaved mRNA data sets, including new miRNA target-identification software

01.02.2015 | Atul Kakrana; Reza Hammond; Parth Patel; Mayumi Nakano; Blake C. Meyers, Nucleic Acids Research, 2015

Parallel analysis of RNA ends (PARE) is a technique utilizing high-throughput sequencing to profile uncapped, mRNA cleavage or decay products on a genome-wide basis. Tools currently available to validate miRNA targets using PARE data employ only annotated genes, whereas important targets may be ...


Tls1 regulates splicing of shelterin components to control telomeric heterochromatin assembly and telomere length

01.02.2015 | Jiyong Wang; Xavier Tadeo; Haitong Hou; Stuart Andrews; James J. Moresco; John R. Yates III; Peter L. Nagy; Songtao Jia, Nucleic Acids Research, 2015

Heterochromatin preferentially forms at repetitive DNA elements through RNAi-mediated targeting of histone-modifying enzymes. It was proposed that splicing factors interact with the RNAi machinery or regulate the splicing of repeat transcripts to directly participate in heterochromatin assembly. ...


Absolute and relative quantification of RNA modifications via biosynthetic isotopomers

01.02.2015 | Stefanie Kellner; Antonia Ochel; Kathrin Thüring; Felix Spenkuch; Jennifer Neumann; Sunny Sharma; Karl-Dieter Entian ..., Nucleic Acids Research, 2015

In the resurging field of RNA modifications, quantification is a bottleneck blocking many exciting avenues. With currently over 150 known nucleoside alterations, detection and quantification methods must encompass multiple modifications for a comprehensive profile. LC–MS/MS approaches offer a ...


Frontotemporal dementia: a bridge between dementia and neuromuscular disease

30.12.2014 | Adeline S.L. Ng, Rosa Rademakers, Bruce L. Miller, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2014

The concept that frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a purely cortical dementia has largely been refuted by the recognition of its close association with motor neuron disease, and the identification of transactive response DNA‐binding protein 43 (TDP‐43) as a major pathological substrate underlying ...


Structural basis of HIV-1 capsid recognition by PF74 and CPSF6 [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

30.12.2014 | Akash Bhattacharya; Steven L. Alam; Thomas Fricke; Kaneil Zadrozny; Jaroslaw Sedzicki; Alexander B. Taylor; Borries ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Upon infection of susceptible cells by HIV-1, the conical capsid formed by ∼250 hexamers and 12 pentamers of the CA protein is delivered to the cytoplasm. The capsid shields the RNA genome and proteins required for reverse transcription. In addition, the surface of the capsid mediates numerous ...


The Roles of Co-Chaperone CCRP/DNAJC7 in Cyp2b10 Gene Activation and Steatosis Development in Mouse Livers

26.12.2014 | Marumi Ohno et al., PLoS ONE, 2014

by Marumi Ohno, Tomohiko Kanayama, Rick Moore, Manas Ray, Masahiko Negishi Cytoplasmic constitutive active/androstane receptor (CAR) retention protein (CCRP and also known as DNAJC7) is a co-chaperone previously characterized to retain nuclear receptor CAR in the cytoplasm of HepG2 cells. Here ...


Non-coding RNA derived from the region adjacent to the human HO-1 E2 enhancer selectively regulates HO-1 gene induction by modulating Pol II binding

16.12.2014 | Atsushi Maruyama; Junsei Mimura; Ken Itoh, Nucleic Acids Research, 2014

Recent studies have disclosed the function of enhancer RNAs (eRNAs), which are long non-coding RNAs transcribed from gene enhancer regions, in transcriptional regulation. However, it remains unclear whether eRNAs are involved in the regulation of human heme oxygenase-1 gene (HO-1) induction. ...


Landscape of target:guide homology effects on Cas9-mediated cleavage

16.12.2014 | Becky Xu Hua Fu; Loren L. Hansen; Karen L. Artiles; Michael L. Nonet; Andrew Z. Fire, Nucleic Acids Research, 2014

To study target sequence specificity, selectivity, and reaction kinetics of Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 activity, we challenged libraries of random variant targets with purified Cas9::guide RNA complexes in vitro. Cleavage kinetics were nonlinear, with a burst of initial activity followed by ...


Transcriptional bypass of regioisomeric ethylated thymidine lesions by T7 RNA polymerase and human RNA polymerase II

16.12.2014 | Changjun You; Pengcheng Wang; Xiaoxia Dai; Yinsheng Wang, Nucleic Acids Research, 2014

Alkylative damage to DNA can be induced by environmental chemicals, endogenous metabolites and some commonly prescribed chemotherapeutic agents. The regioisomeric N3-, O2- and O4-ethylthymidine (N3-, O2- and O4-EtdT, respectively) represent an important class of ethylated DNA lesions. Using ...


Spatial organization of transcription machinery and its segregation from the replisome in fast-growing bacterial cells

16.12.2014 | Cedric Cagliero; Yan Ning Zhou; Ding Jun Jin, Nucleic Acids Research, 2014

In a fast-growing Escherichia coli cell, most RNA polymerase (RNAP) is allocated to rRNA synthesis forming transcription foci at clusters of rrn operons or bacterial nucleolus, and each of the several nascent nucleoids contains multiple pairs of replication forks. The composition of transcription ...


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