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Noncoding RNA-protein complexes (ncRNPs) are ubiquitous in eukaryotic cells and inhabit specific cellular compartments. The most famous noncoding nuclear RNPs (snRNPs) participate in pre-mRNA splicing by recognizing important intron signals and assembling to form an active splicing complex called a spliceosome. There are many other kinds, including those where the RNA is made by an infecting virus.
@SteitzLab Retweeted @nicollearosaOur review “Who let the DoGs out?- biogenesis of stress-induced readthrough transcripts” is now available online @TrendsBiochem Here, I attempt to summarize what I spent most of my time thinking about at the @SteitzLab 🐶 https://t.co/qWRQDQuStX14 DAYS AGO
@SteitzLabOur latest work on MALAT1 lncRNA stabilization led by @SeyedFTorabi is out now @RNAJournal: tRNA-like leader-trailer interaction promotes 3ʹ-end maturation of MALAT1 https://t.co/o7W8kIofJy2 MONTHS AGO
@SteitzLab Retweeted @naukowieczkaOpen postdoc position! The Pawlica lab at Mount Sinai is seeking a skilled and enthusiastic postdoc to study the functions of small non-coding RNAs in viral infections. DM or email me (paulina.pawlica at https://t.co/vVR5B8Qp9G) if interested to hear more details. #PleaseRT3 MONTHS AGO
@SteitzLabCongrats to Nicolle on her Ph.D. and for receiving the Mary Ellen Jones Dissertation Prize from @YaleMBB for her work on DoGs! https://t.co/14VYMm7gHQ4 MONTHS AGO