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Regulating RNA With Light

News   Aug 28, 2019 | Original story from the University of Bonn

 
Regulating RNA With Light

The photoreceptor PAL binds short ribonucleic acids upon blue light irradiation. This light-controlled activity can be used to regulate RNA-based processes such as translation. Credit: Andreas Möglich/Uni Bayreuth.

 
 
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