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  • n. Plural form of spliceosome.


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  • By 2004 they were ready to publish the 3-D structure of spliceosomes.

    Ruth Sperling.

  • We point snurpy fingers at each other—You introduced spliceosomes?

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  • In order to understand (technically) gene splicing you need to understand (technically) how eukaryotic genes work which requires technical understanding about exons and introns which require technical understanding of spliceosomes which require grasping RNA and protein structures…it’s turtles all the way down.

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  • [25] and, in cooperation with SMN [26], directs nuclear import of the assembled snRNP for final maturation steps before assembly into active spliceosomes.

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  • 17 January 2009 at 11: 39 PM jcbmack #218 I'm uncertain why you ask about chaperones and transesterification of spliceosomes etc. perhaps because I said I was a biochemist / molecular biologist.



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