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In this study, a quantitative PCR (qPCR) method was developed to determine the A-to-I RNA editing frequencies at specific sites. The A-to-I RNA editing of nuclear transcripts exerts profound effects on the biological activities of gene products. RNA editing of nuclear gene transcripts have been shown to be developmentally regulated and tissue specific, and(More)
The two-primer method for site-directed mutagenesis facilitates the mutation of targets in double-stranded DNA. We have encountered difficulties using the original method for the mutagenesis of DNA cloned into pBluescript vectors, which is possibly due to the presence of regions of secondary structure that cannot be efficiently copied by the enzymes used.(More)
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