Ribozyme
Ribozymes (ribonucleic acid enzymes), also termed catalytic RNA, are RNA molecules that are capable of catalyzing specific biochemical reactions, similar to the action of protein enzymes. The 1982 dis...
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Ribosome
The ribosome is a large and complex molecular machine, found within all living cells, that serves as the site of biological protein synthesis (translation). Ribosomes link amino acids together in the ...
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Hammerhead ribozyme
The hammerhead ribozyme is a RNA molecule motif that catalyzes reversible cleavage and joining reactions at a specific site within an RNA molecule. It serves as a model system for research on the stru...
Hammerhead ribozyme - Wikipedia
Twister ribozyme
The twister ribozyme is an RNA structure that catalyzes its own cleavage at a specific site. In other words, it is a self-cleaving ribozyme. It was discovered using a bioinformatics based approach.Tw...
Ribosome-nascent chain complex
Ribosome-nascent chain complex (RNC) refers to the collection of molecules that constitute a ribosome attached to the polypeptide (protein) that it is synthesising. The synthesis of the nascent polype...
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Vg1 ribozyme
The Vg1 ribozyme is a manganese dependent RNA enzyme or ribozyme which is the smallest ribozyme to be identified. It was identified in the 3' UTR of Xenopus Vg1 mRNA transcripts and mouse beta-actin m...
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RNase MRP
RNase MRP (also called RMRP) is an enzymatically active ribonucleoprotein with two distinct roles in eukaryotes. In mitochondria it plays a direct role in the initiation of mitochondrial DNA replicat...
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Ribosome profiling
Ribosome profiling, or Ribo-Seq, is a technique developed by Nick Ingolia and Jonathan Weissman that uses specialized messenger RNA (mRNA) sequencing to determine which mRNAs are being actively transl...
Ribosome Nascent chain Complex
Ribosome-nascent chain complex (RNC) refers to the collection of molecules that constitute a ribosome attached to the polypeptide (protein) that it is synthesising. The synthesis of the nascent polype...
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GlmS glucosamine-6-phosphate activated ribozyme
The Glucosamine-6-phosphate activated ribozyme ( glmS ribozyme) is an RNA structure that is both a ribozyme, since it catalyzes a chemical reaction, and a riboswitch, since it regulates genes in respo...
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Ribosomal RNA
In molecular biology, ribosomal ribonucleic acid (rRNA) is the RNA component of the ribosome, and is essential for protein synthesis in all living organisms. It constitutes the predominant material wi...
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Hepatitis delta virus ribozyme
The hepatitis delta virus (HDV) ribozyme is a non-coding RNA found in the hepatitis delta virus that is necessary for viral replication and is thought to be the only catalytic RNA known to be required...
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GIR1 branching ribozyme
The Lariat capping ribozyme formerly called GIR1 branching ribozyme is a 179 nt ribozyme with an apparent resemblance to a group I ribozyme.It is found within a complex type of group I introns also t...
GIR1 branching ribozyme - Wikipedia
Hairpin ribozyme
The hairpin ribozyme is a small section of RNA that can act as an enzyme known as a ribozyme. Like the hammerhead ribozyme it is found in RNA satellites of plant viruses. It was first identified in th...
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Mammalian CPEB3 ribozyme
The mammalian CPEB3 ribozyme is a self cleaving non-coding RNA located in the second intron of the CPEB3 gene which belongs to a family of genes regulating messenger RNA polyadenylation. This ribozyme...
Mammalian CPEB3 ribozyme - Wikipedia
Group II intron
Group II introns are a large class of self-catalytic ribozymes as well as mobile genetic element found within the genes of all three domains of life. Ribozyme activity (e.g., Self-splicing) can occur ...
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Group III intron
Group III intron is a class of introns found in mRNA genes of chloroplasts in euglenid protists. They have a conventional group II-type dVI with a bulged adenosine, a streamlined dI, no dII-dV, and a ...
VS ribozyme
The Varkud satellite (VS) ribozyme is an RNA enzyme that carries out the cleavage of a phosphodiester bond.
Varkud satellite (VS) ribozyme is the largest known nucleolyic ribozyme and found to be ...
GISSD
The Group I Intron Sequence and Structure Database (GISSD) is a database of Group I catalytic intron.
Ligase ribozyme
The RNA Ligase ribozyme was the first of several types of synthetic ribozymes produced by in vitro evolution and selection techniques. They are an important class of ribozymes because they catalyze th...
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Beta-globin co-transcriptional cleavage ribozyme
The Beta-globin co-transcriptional cleavage ribozyme (CotC ribozyme) is an RNA enzyme known as a ribozyme.Transcription termination of RNA polymerase II transcripts is proposed to occur by a two-stage...
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RNase P
Ribonuclease P (EC 3.1.26.5, RNase P) is a type of ribonuclease which cleaves RNA. RNase P is unique from other RNases in that it is a ribozyme – a ribonucleic acid that acts as a catalyst in the same...
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Database for bacterial group II introns
The Database for Bacterial Group II Introns is a repository of full-length, non-redundant group II introns present in bacterial DNA sequence.
Group I catalytic intron
Group I introns are large self-splicing ribozymes. They catalyze their own excision from mRNA, tRNA and rRNA precursors in a wide range of organisms. The core secondary structure consists of nine pair...
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Leadzyme
Leadzyme is a small ribozyme (catalytic RNA), which catalyzes the cleavage of a specific phosphodiester bond. It was discovered using an in-vitro evolution study where the researchers were selecting f...