Franklin

Modification and editing of RNA / edited by Henri Grosjean, Rob Benne.

Publication:
Washington, DC : ASM Press, c1998.
Format/Description:
Book
xiii, 596 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Subjects:
RNA editing.
Medical subjects:
RNA Editing.
RNA Processing, Post-Transcriptional.
Contents:
Historical perspectives on RNA nucleoside modifications
RNA-modifying and RNA-editing enzymes: methods for their identification
Detection and structure analysis of modified nucleosides in RNA by mass spectrometry
Incorporation of modified nucleotides into RNA for studies on RNA structure, function, and intermolecular interactions
Biophysical and conformational properties of modified nucleosides in RNA (nuclear magnetic resonance studies)
Effects of pseudouridylation on tRNA hydration and dynamics: a theoretical approach
Modulation role of modified nucleotides in RNA loop-loop interaction
Mechanisms of RNA-modifying and -editing enzymes
Structural basis of base exchange by tRNA guanine transglycosylases
Biosynthesis and functions of modified nucleosides in eukaryotic mRNA
Posttranscriptional modifications in the U small nuclear RNAs
The pseudouridine residues of rRNA: number, location, biosynthesis, and function
Small nucleolar RNAs guide the ribose methylations of eukaryotic rRNAs
Fuctional aspects of the three modified nucleotides in yeast mitochondrial large-subunit rRNA
Regulatory aspects of rRNA modifications and pre-tRNA processing
Editing of tRNA
RNA editing by base conversion in plant organellar RNAs
Apolipoprotein B mRNA editing
Adenosine-to-inosine conversion in mRNA
Nucleoside deaminases for cytidine and adenosine: comparison with deaminases acting on RNA
Mitochondrial mRNA editing in kinetoplastid protozoa
RNA editing in physarum mitochondria
Contrascriptional paramyxovirus mRNA editing: a contradiction in trems?
Intracellular locations of RNA-modifying enzymes
Genetics and regulation of base modification in the tRNA and rRNA of prokaryotes and eukaryotes
Links between tRNA modification and metabolism and modified nucleosides as tumor markers
Modified nucleosides in translation
Importance of modified nucleotides in replication of retroviruses, plant pararetroviruses, and retrotransposons
Modified nucleotides always were: an evolutionary model
Chemical structures and classification of postranscriptionally modified nucleosides in RNA
RNA editing types and characteristics
General properties of RNA-modifying and -editing enzymes
Location and distribution of modified nucleotides in tRNA
Modified nucleosides at positions 34 and 37 of tRNAs and their predicted coding capacities
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Tobias Wagner Library Fund.
Contributor:
Grosjean, Henri.
Benne, Rob, 1945-
Tobias Wagner Library Fund.
ISBN:
1555811337
OCLC:
37966414
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