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To track what they can't see, pilots look to the green glow of the radar screen.
A team of scientists at the CSIC has shown that temperature can play a critical role in the control of splicing.
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich and the Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen and along with their colleagues from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg and the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona have discovered how the U2AF protein enables the pre-mRNA* to be spliced to form the mRNA*, which serves as a template for protein synthesis in the body.
Fetuses with defects in a molecular machine that edits information cells use to make proteins can develop a rare form of dwarfism.
From neurosurgery to bar code readers, lasers have been used in a myriad of applications since they were first introduced in the late 1950's.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania explain how a class of RNA molecules is able to target the genetic building blocks that guide the functioning of a specific part of the nerve cell.
DNA was originally thought to have a single function: to help cells make the proteins they need.
Cells have their own version of the cut-and-paste editing function called splicing.
A bacteria that lives in hot springs in Japan may help solve one of the mysteries of the early evolution of complex organisms.
A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but it would no longer be a rose. If a grass is booted out of the grass family, where does it go?
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