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A Method for Assessing the Role of Long Non-protein Coding RNAs

News   May 15, 2020 | Original story from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

 
A Method for Assessing the Role of Long Non-protein Coding RNAs

Gene expression (a): The DNA sequence of a gene is copied to make an RNA molecule (transcription), then the RNA sequence is decoded (translated) to build a protein molecule. (b) Inside a cell nucleus, a DNA molecule is packaged by special proteins in chromatin, which makes up a chromosome. Credit: Genetic Code Table, and Diagram of Chromatin from the Wiring Diagram Database.

 
 
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