RNA helicase

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A large family of highly conserved enzymes that utilize the energy derived from nucleotide triphosphate hydrolysis to modulate the structure of RNA. RNA helicases are involved in all aspects of RNA metabolism including transcription, splicing, and translation. A major subfamily is the DEAD-box helicases. See RIG-1.

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