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The poly(A) tail consists of multiple adenosine monophosphates; in other words, it is a stretch of RNA that has only adenine bases. In eukaryotes, ...
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The poly-A tail is a long chain of adenine nucleotides that is added to a messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule during RNA processing to increase the stability of ...
by LA Passmore2021Cited by 15The poly(A) tail contributes to both the translational status and the stability of mRNAs, thereby functioning as ...
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Poly(A) tails are added posttranscriptionally, by a class of enzymes called poly(A) polymerases, to both prokaryotic and eukaryotic RNAs.
by J Guo2011Cited by 37Poly(A) signals consist of short redundant sequences that are not restricted to mapped gene 3′ ends. This is particularly apparent in the yeast ...
For the polyadenylation of in vitro transcribed RNA to enhance translation ...
For Use With (Application): RNA Transcription
Starting Material: RNA (In Vitro Transcribed)
by DA Mangus2003Cited by 682Most eukaryotic mRNAs are subject to considerable post-transcriptional modification, including capping, splicing, and polyadenylation.
Poly(A)-binding proteins bind to poly(A) tails as soon as they are synthesized in the nucleus, and then they chaperone the ...

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