RNA-Protein Interactions: Rna - Protein Interactions

Paperback | March 1, 1993

EditorKiyoshi Nagai, Iain W. Mattaj

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Many biological processes rely absolutely on interactions between the two most abundant large molecules living organisms, proteins and RNA. The basis of these interactions is, however, very poorly understood. The world's leading researchers in this field provide here a detailed up-to-datereview of what is going on in this field.

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Many biological processes rely absolutely on interactions between the two most abundant large molecules living organisms, proteins and RNA. The basis of these interactions is, however, very poorly understood. The world's leading researchers in this field provide here a detailed up-to-datereview of what is going on in this field.

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Many biological processes rely absolutely on specific interactions between RNA and protein molecules. Most obviously, the study of RNA-protein interactions is crucial to understanding the mechanisms and control of gene expression and protein synthesis. The realization that RNAs are often far more biologically active than was previously...

K. Nagai is at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge. I. Mattaj is at EMBL, Heidelberg.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:290 pages, 9.61 × 7.36 × 0.66 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0199635048

ISBN - 13:9780199635047

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Table of Contents

1. Structure of RNA2. Prediction and experimental investigation of RNA secondary and tertiary foldings3. Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase-tRNA recognition4. RNA-protein interactions in ribosomes5. RNA-protein interactions in RNase P6. Structure and function of hnRNP proteins7. RNA-protein interactions in the splicing snRNPs8. Interaction of 5S with TFIIIA9. Control of human immunodeficiency virus gene expression by the RNA-binding proteins tat and rev10. Using peptides to study RNA-protein recognition11. Study of RNA-protein recognition by in vitro selection

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`The book will be valuable to both researchers and research students in biochemistry and molecular biology.'Aslib Book Guide, Vol. 60, No. 8, Aug 1995