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small nuclear RNA


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small nuclear RNAs

small nuclear RNA

small nuclear RNA

small nuclear RNAs

small nuclear RNA

The THO complex cooperates with the nuclear RNA surveillance machinery to control small nucleolar RNA expression

7SK small nuclear RNA directly affects HMGA1 function in transcription regulation

Multiple, dispersed human U6 small nuclear RNA genes with varied transcriptional efficiencies

A Highly Specific Terminal Uridylyl Transferase Modifies the 3′-end of U6 Small Nuclear RNA

Structural basis for m7G-cap hypermethylation of small nuclear, small nucleolar and telomerase RNA by the dimethyltransferase TGS1

An exon-specific U1 small nuclear RNA (snRNA) strategy to correct splicing defects

Insect small nuclear RNA gene promoters evolve rapidly yet retain conserved features involved in determining promoter activity and RNA polymerase specificity

Spliceosomal Introns in Conserved Sequences of U1 and U5 Small Nuclear RNA Genes in Yeast Rhodotorula hasegawae

Diversification of a Chimaeric Algal Group, the Chlorarachniophytes: Phylogeny of Nuclear and Nucleomorph Small-Subunit rRNA Genes

Evolution of the diatoms (Bacillariophyta). II. Nuclear-encoded small-subunit rRNA sequence comparisons confirm a paraphyletic origin for the centric diatoms.

Structural insight into the mechanism of stabilization of the 7SK small nuclear RNA by LARP7

A small nuclear RNA, hdm365, is the major processing product of the human mdm2 gene

U1 small nuclear RNP from Trypanosoma brucei: a minimal U1 snRNA with unusual protein components

Determinants for cap trimethylation of the U2 small nuclear RNA are not conserved between Trypanosoma brucei and higher eukaryotic organisms

 

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(snRNA)

An abundant class of RNA molecules (100–300 nucleotides) found in the nucleus and mostly complexed with proteins (small nuclear ribonucleproteins, snRNPs). Conventionally includes RNAs with sedimentation coefficients of 7S or less but excluding 5S rRNA and tRNA. Some are involved in processing heterogenous nuclear RNA. See SNIP.

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