RNA Polyadenylation in Prokaryotes and Organelles; Different Tails Tell Different Tales

@article{Slomovic2006RNAPI,
  title={RNA Polyadenylation in Prokaryotes and Organelles; Different Tails Tell Different Tales},
  author={Shimyn Slomovic and V. Portnoy and V. Liveanu and G. Schuster},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={65 - 77}
}
The addition of poly(A) tails to RNA is a phenomenon common to almost all organisms examined as of today. In eukaryotes, a stable poly(A) tail is added to the 3′ end of most nuclear-encoded mRNAs. This process is important for mRNA stability and translation initiation. In addition, polyadenylation of nuclear-encoded transcripts in yeast was recently reported to promote RNA degradation. In prokaryotes and organelles, RNA molecules are polyadenylated as part of a polyadenylation-dependent RNA… Expand
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