Heat Shock Disrupts Cap and Poly(A) Tail Function during Translation and Increases mRNA Stability of Introduced Reporter mRNA

@inproceedings{Gallie1995HeatSD,
  title={Heat Shock Disrupts Cap and Poly(A) Tail Function during Translation and Increases mRNA Stability of Introduced Reporter mRNA},
  author={Daniel R Gallie and Christian Caldwell and Letizia Pitto},
  booktitle={Plant physiology},
  year={1995}
}
The effect of heat shock on translational efficiency and message stability of a reporter mRNA was examined in carrot (Daucus carota). Heat shock of short duration resulted in an increase in protein yield, whereas repression was observed following extended exposure to the stress. Regardless of the duration of the heat shock, a loss in the function of the 5[prime] cap [m7G(5[prime])ppp(5[prime])N, where N represents any nucleotide] and the 3[prime] poly(A) tail, two regulatory elements that work… 

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