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RNA phage


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RNA phage

RNA phage

Rescue of the RNA phage genome from RNase III cleavage

Antisense RNA protects mRNA from RNase E degradation by RNA–RNA duplex formation during phage infection

Visualizing the phage T4 activated transcription complex of DNA and E. coli RNA polymerase

A novel phage-encoded transcription antiterminator acts by suppressing bacterial RNA polymerase pausing

Short-hairpin RNAs synthesized by T7 phage polymerase do not induce interferon

Sub-plastidial localization of two different phage-type RNA polymerases in spinach chloroplasts

Impaired function of the phage-type RNA polymerase RpoTp in transcription of chloroplast genes is compensated by a second phage-type RNA polymerase

RegA proteins from phage T4 and RB69 have conserved helix–loop groove RNA binding motifs but different RNA binding specificities

Analysis of transduction in wastewater bacterial populations by targeting the phage-derived 16S rRNA gene sequences

Disassociation of σ subunit from RNA polymerase of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae by phage Xp10 infection

Modular protein expression by RNA trans-splicing enables flexible expression of antibody formats in mammalian cells from a dual-host phage display vector

Analysis of intermolecular base pair formation of prohead RNA of the phage ø29 DNA packaging motor using NMR spectroscopy

Overexpression of phage‐type RNA polymerase RpoTp in tobacco demonstrates its role in chloroplast transcription by recognizing a distinct promoter type

N protein from lambdoid phages transforms NusA into an antiterminator by modulating NusA-RNA polymerase flap domain interactions

Plastid genes transcribed by the nucleus‐encoded plastid RNA polymerase show increased transcript accumulation in transgenic plants expressing a chloroplast‐localized phage T7 RNA polymerase

Identification and Characterization of Two Phage-Type RNA Polymerase cDNAs in the Moss Physcomitrella patens: Implication of Recent Evolution of Nuclear-Encoded RNA Polymerase of Plastids in Plants

Phage T4 SegB protein is a homing endonuclease required for the preferred inheritance of T4 tRNA gene region occurring in co-infection with a related phage

 

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An RNA bacteriophage such as MS2 and Q beta.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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