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Structures of RNA No Longer a “Blur” Thanks to Bioinformatics

News   May 07, 2020 | Original story from the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research

 
Structures of RNA No Longer a “Blur” Thanks to Bioinformatics

RNA is a key genetic molecule, controlling which proteins a cell produces. This WEHI-TV image hows how RNA (yellow) has a 'structure'. A major new study in Nature has revealed how RNA's structure impacts its function. Still from WEHI.TV animation 'DNA Central Dogma'. Credit: Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Australia.

 
 
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