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RNase III


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RNase III

Analysis of Escherichia coli RNase E and RNase III activity in vivo using tiling microarrays

Rescue of the RNA phage genome from RNase III cleavage

Antibiotic stress-induced modulation of the endoribonucleolytic activity of RNase III and RNase G confers resistance to aminoglycoside antibiotics in Escherichia coli

Human RNase P ribonucleoprotein is required for formation of initiation complexes of RNA polymerase III

Engineering ligand-responsive RNA controllers in yeast through the assembly of RNase III tuning modules

Human let‐7 stem–loop precursors harbor features of RNase III cleavage products

Identification and Analysis of the rnc Gene for RNase III in Rhodobacter Capsulatus

Different cleavage specificities of RNases III from Rhodobacter capsulatus and Escherichia coli

Sequence-specific cleavage of dsRNA by Mini-III RNase

Both RNase E and RNase III control the stability of sodB mRNA upon translational inhibition by the small regulatory RNA RyhB

Base substitutions at scissile bond sites are sufficient to alter RNA-binding and cleavage activity of RNase III

RNase III deficient Salmonella typhimurium LT2 contains intervening sequences (IVSs) in its 23S rRNA

Determinant role of E. coli RNase III in the decay of both specific and heterologous mRNAs

RNase III-dependent down-regulation of ftsH by an artificial internal sense RNA in Anabaena sp. PCC 7120

U1 snRNA is cleaved by RNase III and processed through an Sm site-dependent pathway

Phosphorylation of the RNase III enzyme Drosha at Serine300 or Serine302 is required for its nuclear localization

Synthetic RNA modules for fine-tuning gene expression levels in yeast by modulating RNase III activity

RNase III cleavage demonstrates a long range RNA: RNA duplex element flanking the hepatitis C virus internal ribosome entry site

 

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A dsRNase such as Dicer and Drosha involved in the production of siRNA and miRNA respectively. See also ribonuclease.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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