Synthesis of RNA-polyadenylic acid by isolated brain nuclei.


Nuclei, isolated from mouse brain tissue at various stages of postnatal development and incubated under cell-free conditions, synthesized RNA molecules that were associated with polyadenylic acid [poly(A)]. The RNA synthesized by these nuclei was similar to the poly(A)-associated products described for intact eukaryotic cells. The brain nuclei synthesized a… (More)


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