Messenger RNA metabolism of animal cells: possible involvement of untranslated sequences and mRNA-associated proteins

@article{Greenberg1975MessengerRM,
  title={Messenger RNA metabolism of animal cells: possible involvement of untranslated sequences and mRNA-associated proteins},
  author={Greenberg},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1975},
  volume={64},
  pages={269 - 288}
}
  • Greenberg
  • Published 1975 in The Journal of cell biology
The past several years have seen a virtual revolution in the study of eukaryotic mRNA. Among the notable recent achievements are the positive identification of mRNA precursors in HnRNA, the enumeration of the DNA sequences from which mRNA is transcribed, and the finding that mRNA in cultured cells is much more stable than was previously believed. One of most far-reaching discoveries has been the finding that mRNA in eukaryotes contains poly A. This discovery, aside from providing a powerful… CONTINUE READING
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