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By M. Bachmann, C. Brunel, P. Jeanteur, R. Messer, W.E.G. Müller, R.E. Rhoads, H.C. Schröder, J. Sri-Widada

Organic features are virtually solely attributed to macromolecules, equivalent to nucleic acids, proteins and polysaccharides. to realize their entire useful actions those biomolecules need to go together with the mobile parts, similar to the nuclear matrix, cytoskeleton or cell/plasma membranes. issues mentioned during this quantity 12 comprise the synthesis of small nuclear RNAs, DNA-activated protein kinase, interactions of water and proteins in mobile features, heat-shock protein synthesis and the cytoskeleton in the course of early improvement.

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Drosophila melanogaster Ul and U2 small nuclear RNA genes contain common flanking sequences. J. Mol. Biol. : A new class of small nuclear RNA molecules synthesized by a type 1 RNA polymerase in HeLa cells. : Large species differences in the pattern of snPI RNA which can distinguish ape from human. J. Cell Biol. : Identification of a nuclear protein matrix. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. : Are U4 small nuclear ribonucleoproteins involved in polyadenylation? : Pseudogenes for human small nuclear RNA U3 appear to arise by integration of self-primed reverse transcripts of the RNA into new chromosomal sites.

R. Lerner et ale (1980), the pres- 25 ence of other snRNA's especially U2, was unexpected. Examination of sequences revealed a striking complementarity between the 5' end of U2 snRNA and the DNA sequences involved in the cruciform structure at the replication origin of SV 40 (Fig. 4). U2 complementarity spans 17 nucleotides on the right strand for replication with only one mismatch. If any, this interaction could be the mechanism by which the DNA structure is disrupted or modified allowing SV 40 to switch from a replication to a transcription mode.

At variance with the preliminary results reported by Steitz et ale (1983) on the requirement of La-antigen for EBER RNA's synthesis, Francoeur and Mathews (1982) have found that La-antigen is not required for VA RNA's synthesis since La-antigen depleted extracts were found to be competent for VAl RNA synthesis and that the addition of antibodies failed to inhibit VAl RNA synthesis in such a system. Thus, from this work, La-antigen, defined as a unique protein of about 50 k, does not appear to be a transcription factor.

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