Methods in Enzymology Series, Vol. 424
Author: GOTT JonathaLanguage: Anglais
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560 p. · 15.2x22.9 cm · Hardback
* Presents newly developed methods
* Covers topics ranging from biochemistry to bioinformatics
* Includes innovative solutions to potential problems
Chapter 1: Isolation and Compositional Analysis of Trypanosomatid Editosomes.
Chapter 2: U insertion/deletion editing activities.
Chapter 3: RNA Editing Uridylyltransferases of Trypanosomes.
Chapter 4: Isolation of RNA binding proteins involved in insertion/deletion editing
Chapter 5: RNA-protein Interactions in Assembled Editing Complexes in Trypanosomes.
Chapter 6: Strategies of Kinetoplastid Cryptogene Discovery and Analysis.
Physarum insertion editing.
Chapter 7: RNA editing in Physarum mitochondria: assays and biochemical approaches.
Chapter 8: Computational approaches to insertional RNA editing.
Chapter 9: Evolution of RNA Editing Sites in the Mitochondrial Small Subunit rRNA of the Myxomycota.
5' deletion/insertion editing of tRNAs.
Chapter 10: Analysis of 5´- or 3´-Terminal tRNA Editing: Mitochondrial 5´ tRNA Editing in Acanthamoeba castellanii as the Exemplar.
A to I editing.
Chapter 11: Comparative genomic and bioinformatic approaches for the identification of new adenosine to inosine substrates.
Chapter 12: Genetic approaches to studing adenosine to inosine RNA editing.
Chapter 13: A method to find sites of selective adenosine deamination.
Chapter 14 : Purification and assay of ADAR activity.
Chapter 15: Large Scale Overexpression and Purification of ADARs from S. cerevisiae for Biophysical and Biochemical Studies.
Chapter 16: Mouse models to elucidate the functional roles of A-to-I editing.
Chapter 17: Probing Adenosine to Inosine Editing Reactions using RNA containing Nucleoside Analogs.
Nuclear C to U editing.
Chapter 18: Measuring Editing Activity and Identifying C to U mRNA Editing Factors in Cells and Biochemical Isolates.
Chapter 19: Mouse Models as Tools to Explore C to U RNA Editing.
Editing in plant organelles
Chapter 20: RNA editing in plant mitochondria: assays and biochemical approaches.
Chapter 21: Assay of Editing of Exogenous RNAs in Chloroplast Extracts of Arabidopsis, Maize, Pea, and Tobacco.
Chapter 22: In organello gene expression and RNA editing studies by electroporation-mediated transformation of isolated plant mitochondria.
Chapter 23: Transformation of the Plastid Genome to Study RNA Editing.
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