preribosomal RNA

'preribosomal RNA' can also refer to...

preribosomal RNA

preribosomal RNA

38, 40, 45S preribosomal RNAs

38, 40, 45S preribosomal RNAs

Arabidopsis thaliana XRN2 is required for primary cleavage in the pre-ribosomal RNA

Depletion of key protein components of the RISC pathway impairs pre-ribosomal RNA processing

Preferential cleavage in pre-ribosomal RNA by protein B23 endoribonuclease

An evolutionary intra-molecular shift in the preferred U3 snoRNA binding site on pre-ribosomal RNA

The PIN domain endonuclease Utp24 cleaves pre-ribosomal RNA at two coupled sites in yeast and humans

The association of late-acting snoRNPs with human pre-ribosomal complexes requires the RNA helicase DDX21

The PIN domain endonuclease Utp24 cleaves pre-ribosomal RNA at two coupled sites in yeast and humans

Characterization of Aquifex aeolicus ribonuclease III and the reactivity epitopes of its pre-ribosomal RNA substrates

Crucial role of the Rcl1p–Bms1p interaction for yeast pre-ribosomal RNA processing

A second base pair interaction between U3 small nucleolar RNA and the 5′-ETS region is required for early cleavage of the yeast pre-ribosomal RNA

Collaborator of alternative reading frame protein (CARF) regulates early processing of pre-ribosomal RNA by retaining XRN2 (5′-3′ exoribonuclease) in the nucleoplasm

Non-FG mediated transport of the large pre-ribosomal subunit through the nuclear pore complex by the mRNA export factor Gle2

Functional α-fragment of β-galactosidase can be expressed from the mobile group I intron PpLSU3 embedded in yeast pre-ribosomal RNA derived from the chromosomal rDNA locus


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The giant RNA molecule transcribed from a ribosomal RNA gene (q.v.). In Drosophila, it is 38S, in Xenopus it is 40S, and in HeLa cells it is 45S. After transcription, preribosomal-RNA is cleaved one or more times to generate the 5.8S, 18S, and 28S rRNAs that become components of ribosomes.

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