David Romero A.

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Escherichia coli endoribonuclease E has a major influence on gene expression. It is essential for the maturation of ribosomal and transfer RNA as well as the rapid degradation of messenger RNA. The latter ensures that translation closely follows programming at the level of transcription. Recently, one of the hallmarks of RNase E, i.e. its ability to bind(More)
The RNase E family is renowned for being central to the processing and decay of all types of RNA in many species of bacteria, as well as providing the first examples of endonucleases that can recognize 5'-monophosphorylated ends thereby increasing the efficiency of cleavage. However, there is increasing evidence that some transcripts can be cleaved(More)
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