Polyadenylation of 18S rRNA in algae1

@article{Zhuang2013PolyadenylationO1,
  title={Polyadenylation of 18S rRNA in algae1},
  author={Yunyun Zhuang and Huan Zhang and S. Lin},
  journal={Journal of Phycology},
  year={2013},
  volume={49}
}
Polyadenylation is best known for occurring to mRNA of eukaryotes transcribed by RNA polymerase II to stabilize mRNA molecules and promote their translation. rRNAs transcribed by RNA polymerase I or III are typically believed not to be polyadenylated. However, there is increasing evidence that polyadenylation occurs to nucleus‐encoded rRNAs as part of the RNA degradation pathway. To examine whether the same polyadenylation‐assisted degradation pathway occurs in algae, we surveyed representative… Expand
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