Control of Messenger RNA Stability

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Joel G. Belasco, George Brawerman
Academic Press, 1993 - Medical - 517 pages
This is the first comprehensive review of mRNA stability and its implications for regulation of gene expression.
Key Features
* Provides perspectives from both prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems
* Offers a timely, comprehensive review of mRNA degradation, its regulation, and its significance in the control of gene expression
* Discusses the mechanisms, RNA structural determinants, and cellular factors that control mRNA degradation
* Evaluates experimental procedures for studying mRNA degradation
Written by experts in the field, Control of Messenger RNA Stability serves both as a reference for specialists in regulation of mRNA stability and as a general introduction for a broader community of scientists.

Key Features
* Provides perspectives from both prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems
* Offers a timely, comprehensive review of mRNA degradation, its regulation, and its significance in the control of gene expression
* Discusses the mechanisms, RNA structural determinants, and cellular factors that control mRNA degradation
* Evaluates experimental procedures for studying mRNA degradation

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StemLoopBinding Proteins
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5 mRNA Stabilizers
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Introduction
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