Evidence for a complex class of nonadenylated mRNA in Drosophila.

Abstract

The amount, by mass, of poly(A+) mRNA present in the polyribosomes of third-instar larvae of Drosophila melanogaster, and the relative contribution of the poly(A+) mRNA to the sequence complexity of total polysomal RNA, has been determined. Selective removal of poly(A+) mRNA from total polysomal RNA by use of either oligo-dT-cellulose, or poly(U)-sepharose… (More)

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@article{Zimmerman1980EvidenceFA, title={Evidence for a complex class of nonadenylated mRNA in Drosophila.}, author={Johannes Zimmerman and David L Fouts and Jerry E. Manning}, journal={Genetics}, year={1980}, volume={95 3}, pages={673-91} }