Retrieval of Missing Spliced Leader in Dinoflagellates

@article{Zhang2009RetrievalOM,
  title={Retrieval of Missing Spliced Leader in Dinoflagellates},
  author={Huan Zhang and Senjie Lin},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={4618 - 4623}
}
Spliced leader (SL) trans-splicing has recently been shown to be a common mRNA processing mechanism in dinoflagellates, in which a short (22-nt) sequence, DCCGUAGCCAUUUUGGCUCAAG (D = U, A, or G), is transplanted from the 5'-end of a small non-coding RNA (SL RNA) to the 5' end of mRNA molecules. The widespread existence of the mechanism in dinoflagellates has been demonstrated by detection of this SL (DinoSL) in a wide phylogenetic range of dinoflagellates. Furthermore, the presence of DinoSL in… CONTINUE READING
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