Protein-Induced RNA Switches in Nature View Full Text


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DATE

2006

AUTHORS

Oliver Mayer , Oliver Mayer , Nikolai Windbichler , Herbert Wank , Renée Schroeder

ABSTRACT

The conformational flexibility of RNA is the basis for its functional versatility. RNA molecules can fold into functionally diverse structures, providing the grounds for great regulatory potential. RNA function can be turned on or off in very short time scales merely through, for example, the binding of ligands. Conformational switching of RNA molecules can be induced by diverse signals, ranging from large molecules like proteins and RNAs to small molecules like coenzymes, amino acids, or nucleotides to temperature and the translition speed of the ribosome. In this chapter, we discuss switches for RNA folding and function induced by naturally occurring RNA-protein interactions. More... »

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75-86

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-47257-7_5

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