An overview of pentatricopeptide repeat proteins and their applications.

  title={An overview of pentatricopeptide repeat proteins and their applications.},
  author={Sam Manna},
Pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) proteins are a large family of modular RNA-binding proteins which mediate several aspects of gene expression primarily in organelles but also in the nucleus. These proteins facilitate processing, splicing, editing, stability and translation of RNAs. While major advances in PPR research have been achieved with plant PPR proteins, the significance of non-plant PPR proteins is becoming of increasing importance. PPR proteins are classified into different subclasses… CONTINUE READING
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