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catalytic RNA


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catalytic RNA

catalytic RNA

catalytic RNA

Ribozymes: the characteristics and properties of catalytic RNAs

RNA and RNases: Dynamics and catalytic functions of magic molecules

Characterization of a catalytically efficient acidic RNA-cleaving deoxyribozyme

RNAs synthesized using photocleavable biotinylated nucleotides have dramatically improved catalytic efficiency

Selections for constituting new RNA–protein interactions in catalytic RNP

Pentamidine inhibits catalytic activity of group I intron Ca.LSU by altering RNA folding

Studies on Escherichia coli RNase P RNA with Zn2+ as the catalytic cofactor

Regulation of the catalytic function of topoisomerase II alpha through association with RNA

Minor changes largely restore catalytic activity of archaeal RNase P RNA from Methanothermobacter thermoautotrophicus

RNA cleavage efficiency and catalytic turnover of an oligonucleotide-two copper complexes conjugate

Crystal structure of tRNA m1G9 methyltransferase Trm10: insight into the catalytic mechanism and recognition of tRNA substrate

Generation of circular RNAs and trans-cleaving catalytic RNAs by rolling transcription of circular DNA oligonucleotides encoding hairpin ribozymes

Kinetic Analysis of Precursor M1 RNA Molecules for Exploring Substrate Specificity of the N-Terminal Catalytic Half of RNase E

RNA cleavage without hydrolysis. Splitting the catalytic activities of binase with Asn101 and Thr101 mutations.

Characterization of long RNA-cleaving deoxyribozymes with short catalytic cores: the effect of excess sequence elements on the outcome of in vitro selection

Catalytic mechanism of Escherichia coli ribonuclease III: kinetic and inhibitor evidence for the involvement of two magnesium ions in RNA phosphodiester hydrolysis

 

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An RNA molecule that can catalyse the cleavage or transesterification of the phosphodiester linkage. Catalytic RNAs are important in the self-splicing of group I and group II introns and in the maturation of various tRNA species.

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