The Escherichia coli ribosomal RNA leader nut region interacts specifically with mature 16S RNA.

Abstract

All ribosomal RNAs are preceded by leader sequences not present in the final ribosome particles. The highly conserved leader sequences of bacterial rRNAs are known to be important for the folding and assembly of functional ribosomes. Very likely transient binding of the leader to mature parts of the 16S RNA occurs during transcription. To better understand… (More)

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