Graphical presentation of the post-transcriptional modification sites in the - () and () mRNAs
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Taken from "The majority of mRNAs undergo post-transcriptional modification in exponentially growing cells"
Nucleic Acids Research 2006;34(19):5695-5704.
Published online 12 Oct 2006
© 2006 The Author(s)cDNAs from MG1693 (wild-type) were cloned and sequenced as described in Materials and Methods section. The 3′ end positions of transcripts with post-transcriptional modifications (homo- or heteropolymeric tails) are shown in brackets. The half-arrows indicate the position of the 5′ primers used for PCR amplification. The restriction sites for KpnI (K), PstI (P), and BamHI (B) are shown. The intercistronic overlap (ATGA) between the translation stop codon and the translation start codon is shown. The figure is not drawn to scale.