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Center for RNA Molecular Biology
Lists researchers, graduate programs, employment opportunities and seminars at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Lang, Professor B. Franz
Research articles related to mitochondrial RNase P(mtP), secondary structure models of mtP RNA, and links that are subject related.
Gene compilation aimed at defining typical as well as consensus primary and secondary structural features of mammalian mitochondrial tRNAs. Includes a table of organisms, sequences, and 2D structures.
MODOMICS is a relational database that integrates information about the chemical structure of modified nucleosides, their localization in RNA sequences, pathways of their biosynthesis and enzymes that carry out the respective reactions.
Article from Wikipedia on this immature single strand of messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) synthesized from a DNA template in the cell nucleus by transcription.
Aims to collaborate for understanding of the roles of RNA and binding proteins in processes like maturation and catalysis. Includes member login and directions to the Faculty of Medicine at University of Sherbrooke, Montreal. [bilingual]
Introduction to ribosomal RNA molecules from E. coli, with references and 3D-model for ribosomal structure in research led by Richard Brimacombe, Berlin, Germany.
Projects on 30S, 50S and antibiotic interactions led by François J. Franceschi at the Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Hamburg, Germany.
Publishes significant original research in all areas of structure and function in eukaryotic, prokaryotic and viral systems. Articles back to 1997, available by subscription to the RNA Society.
The RNA Society
Facilitate sharing and dissemination of experimental results and emerging concepts in ribonucleic acid research. Includes membership data, news and events, meeting calendar, and related links.
Silva: Comprehensive Ribosomal RNA Databases
The provided databases comprise SSU and LSU sequences of all three domains. Online search and alignment tools are available and the results can be exported in ARB and FASTA format.
RNA Biochemistry of catalytic RNA, short ribozymes, folding, FRET, fluorescence, atomic force microscopy. Listing publications back to 1993 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Wikipedia: Messenger RNA
Article on the RNA that carries information from DNA to protein synthesis.
Wikipedia: SECIS Element
Article on the sequence that directs translation of UGA as selenocysteine instead of using it as a stop codon.
Wikipedia: Transfer RNA
Article on molecules that transport amino acids to their positions on the ribosome during polypeptide synthesis.
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