nuclear RNA


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nu·cle·ar RNA (nRNA),

RNA found in nuclei, or associated with DNA, or with nuclear structures (nucleoli).

nu·cle·ar RNA

(nRNA) (nū'klē-ăr)
RNA found in nuclei, or associated with DNA, or with nuclear structures (nucleoli).
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Alternative processing of the U2 small nuclear RNA produces a 19-22nt fragment with relevance for the detection of non-small cell lung cancer in human serum.
Nuclear RNA fluorescence between treatments was compared with the 2-sample t-test.
Nuclear RNA fluorescence did not show a distinct difference between feeding treatments until after 2 weeks of feeding (Fig.
Nuclear RNA varied with rearing temperature, increasing as temperature decreased, a result similar to the findings of other studies on the effect of temperature on RNA content of larval fishes (Canino, 1994; Malzahn et al.
Cultured human keratinocytes: discrimination of different cell cycle compartments based upon measurement of nuclear RNA or total cellular RNA content.
The total amount of nuclear RNA decreases in the apex during active growth of the shoot and increases during inactive periods.
U6 small nuclear RNA included in the TaqMan Rodent MicroRNA Array was used as an endogenous control.
During my phD, I identified RNA ligands for the magnesium ions that catalyze these splicing reactions and showed that the spliceosomal U6 and U2 small nuclear RNAs form a structure resembling group II self-splicing intron RNAs.

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