RNase Y in Bacillus subtilis: a Natively disordered protein that is the functional equivalent of RNase E from Escherichia coli.

@article{LehnikHabrink2011RNaseYI,
  title={RNase Y in Bacillus subtilis: a Natively disordered protein that is the functional equivalent of RNase E from Escherichia coli.},
  author={Martin Lehnik-Habrink and Joseph A. Newman and Fabian M Rothe and Alexandra S. Solovyova and Cec{\'i}lia Rodrigues and Christina Herzberg and Fabian M. Commichau and Richard James Lewis and J{\"o}rg St{\"u}lke},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2011},
  volume={193 19},
  pages={
          5431-41
        }
}
The control of mRNA stability is an important component of regulation in bacteria. Processing and degradation of mRNAs are initiated by an endonucleolytic attack, and the cleavage products are processively degraded by exoribonucleases. In many bacteria, these RNases, as well as RNA helicases and other proteins, are organized in a protein complex called the RNA degradosome. In Escherichia coli, the RNA degradosome is assembled around the essential endoribonuclease E. In Bacillus subtilis, the… CONTINUE READING

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