Antisense RNA
Antisense RNA (asRNA) is a single-stranded RNA that is complementary to a messenger RNA (mRNA) strand transcribed within a cell. Some authors have used the term micRNA (mRNA-interfering comple...
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SymE-SymR toxin-antitoxin system
The SymE-SymR toxin-antitoxin system consists of a small hydrophobic toxin named SymE and a non-coding RNA called SymR which inhibits its translation.
SymR was originally labelled RyjC and is a 77...
SymE-SymR toxin-antitoxin system - Wikipedia
Cis-natural antisense transcript
Natural antisense transcripts (NATs) are a group of RNAs encoded within a cell that have transcript complementarity to other RNA transcripts. They have been identified in multiple eukaryotes, includi...
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FinP
FinP encodes an antisense non-coding RNA gene that is complementary to part of the TraJ 5' UTR. The FinOP system regulates the transfer of F-like plasmids. The traJ gene encodes a protein required for...
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CtRNA
In molecular biology ctRNA (counter-transcribed RNA) is a plasmid encoded noncoding RNA that binds to the mRNA of repB and causes translational inhibition.ctRNA is encoded by plasmids and functions in...
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Sib RNA
Sib RNA refers to a group of related non-coding RNA. They were originally named QUAD RNA after they were discovered as four repeat elements in Escherichia coli intergenic regions. The family was later...
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R1162-like plasmid antisense RNA
R1162-like plasmid antisense RNA is a 75-base RNA molecule which negatively regulates the RepI region of the plasmid. The protein product of this gene region, along with another protein, controls the ...
R1162-like plasmid antisense RNA - Wikipedia
Paip2b
Poly(A)-binding protein interacting protein 2B, Paip2b, which repress mRNA translation, is mainly expressed in the oocytes and fertilized eggs in mice.UCSC genome browser
Paip2b is a PAIP2 family ...
TxpA-RatA toxin-antitoxin system
The TxpA/RatA toxin-antitoxin system was first identified in Bacillus subtilis. It consists of a non-coding 222nt sRNA called RatA (RNA anti-toxin A) and a protein toxin named TxpA (Toxic protein A).R...
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HOTAIR
HOTAIR (for HOX transcript antisense RNA) is a human gene located on chromosome 12. It is the first example of an RNA expressed on one chromosome that has been found to influence transcription on anot...
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PtaRNA1
PtaRNA1 (plasmid transferred antisense RNA) is a family of non-coding RNAs.Homologs of PtaRNA1 can be found in the proteobacteria families, Betaproteobacteria and Gammaproteobacteria. In all cases the...
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Ube3a-ATS
UBE3A-ATS/Ube3a-ATS (human/mouse), otherwise known as ubiquitin ligase E3A-ATS, is the name for the antisense DNA strand that is transcribed as part of a larger transcript called LNCAT (large non-codi...
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Mipomersen
Mipomersen (previously ISIS 301012, trade name Kynamro) is a cholesterol-reducing drug. It is an antisense therapeutic that targets the messenger RNA for apolipoprotein B. It is administered as a week...
RNAI
RNAI is a non-coding RNA that is an antisense repressor of the replication of some E. coli plasmids, including ColE1. Plasmid replication is usually initiated by RNAII, which acts as a primer by bind...
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Sar RNA
Sar RNA is an antisense non-coding RNA that is partly responsible for the negative regulation of antirepressor synthesis during development of bacteriophage P22. The target of Sar RNA is ant mRNA. Str...
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MicF RNA
The micF RNA is a non-coding RNA stress response gene found in Escherichia coli and related bacteria that post-transcriptionally controls expression of the outer membrane porin gene ompF. The micF gen...
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Yfr1
Yfr1 is a Cyanobacterial functional RNA that was identified by a comparative genome based screen for RNAs in cyanobacteria. Further analysis has shown that the RNA is well conserved and highly express...
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LdrD-RdlD toxin-antitoxin system
RdlD RNA (regulator detected in LDR-D) is a family of small non-coding RNAs which repress the protein LdrD in a type I toxin-antitoxin system. It was discovered in Escherichia coli strain K-12 in a lo...
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Par stability determinant
The par stability determinant is a 400 bp locus of the pAD1 plasmid which encodes a type I toxin-antitoxin system in Enterococcus faecalis. It was the first such plasmid addiction module to be found i...
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Spot 42 RNA
Spot 42 (spf ) RNA is a regulatory non-coding bacterial small RNA encoded by the spf (spot forty-two) gene. Spf is found in gammaproteobacteria and the majority of experimental work on Spot42 has been...
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CopA-like RNA
CopA-like RNA is a family of non-coding RNAs found on the R1 plasmid.In several groups of bacterial plasmids, antisense RNAs regulate copy number through inhibition of replication initiator protein sy...
CopA-like RNA - Wikipedia
FlmA-FlmB toxin-antitoxin system
The FlmA-FlmB toxin-antitoxin system consists of FlmB RNA (F leading-region maintenance B), a family of non-coding RNAs and the protein toxin FlmA. The FlmB RNA transcript is 100 nucleotides in length...
FlmA-FlmB toxin-antitoxin system - Wikipedia
TisB-IstR toxin-antitoxin system
The TisB-IstR toxin-antitoxin system is the first known toxin-antitoxin system which is induced by the SOS response in response to DNA damage.
IstR sRNA (inhibitor of SOS-induced toxicity by RNA) ...
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