Nuclear RNA tracks: structural basis for transcription and splicing
Department of Cell Biology
Cell Biology | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Knowledge of how the biochemical machineries governing metabolism and transport of several distinct classes of RNA may be organized and integrated into the structure of the nucleus remains very limited. Recent observations, including advances in the detection of specific nucleotide sequences directly within the nucleus, have heightened the long-standing interest in the structural organization of pre-mRNA transcription and processing.
Trends Cell Biol. 1993 Oct;3(10):346-53.
Trends in cell biology
Xing YP, Lawrence JB. (1993). Nuclear RNA tracks: structural basis for transcription and splicing. GSBS Student Publications. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/gsbs_sp/747