Subject: What is the physical basis behind the A/G mixed signal from RNA editing?
Date: Sun Oct 17 14:23:14 2010
Posted by kristina
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Manchester State/Province: CT
Area of science: Molecular Biology
I'm studying A-to-I RNA editing and I can't seem to find any info regarding
how the deaminated adenosine becomes a part of the mixed signal after it is
changed to an inosine. I understand the guanine signal is due to the ribosomes
read the inosine as a guanine. Please advise. Thanks
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