Ribosomes make proteins and proteins make cells.
The ribosome moves stepwise along the mRNAchain.
If RNAi is used as a therapeutic drug, the above-mentioned studies indicate a need to investigate whether off-target genes with partly sequence similarity to the siRNA also become silenced by the RNAi mechanism. Genes with partly sequence similarity to the siRNA can be found by a BLAST search (NCBI database) against human EST libraries. The monitoring of off-target gene expression must be performed at both the mRNA level and the protein level, making sure that the siRNA does not function as a miRNA and repress translation of off-target mRNAs.
Studies on messenger and ribosomal RNA synthesis in …
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In contrast, according to recent data, there is a strong evidence that anucleate platelets contain a functional spliceosome , mRNAs , rRNA, rough endoplasmic reticulum and polyribosomes, as well as numerous translation factors including 3'-UTR RNA- and poly(A)-binding protein . It is therefore believed that platelets maintain functionally intact protein translational capabilities accompanied by posttranslational modifications . Recently we were able to detect RNA in washed human RBCs . In this study we used microarray technique to identify genes possibly present and translated in human RBCs.
Synthesis of ribosomal RNA during speculation in Bacillus subtilis
The sequence of nucleotide bases determines the meaning of the message – because it codes for the sequence of RNA nucleotides and ultimately the sequence of amino acids that form the polypeptide chain.
Like DNA, RNA is a nucleic acid made from a chain of nucleotides, but it differs from DNA in the following ways:
- Most RNA is single-stranded
- The sugar in RNA is ribose sugar
- RNA has a nitrogenous base uracil (U) instead of thymine.
There are three types of RNA:
- messenger RNA (mRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA) and ribosomal RNA (rRNA):
- mRNA is single-stranded and is not twisted into a helix.