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Ribozymes

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Ribozymes
Springer US

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Conjugation as a Highly Sensitive Assay to Study Group II Intron Splicing In Vivo
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    Chapter 2 Co-transcriptional Analysis of Self-Cleaving Ribozymes and Their Ligand Dependence
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    Chapter 3 Cloning and Detection of Genomic Retrozymes and Their circRNA Intermediates
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    Chapter 4 Demonstration of a Ribozyme in Epsilon Domain of Hepatitis B Virus RNA
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    Chapter 5 In Vitro Selection of Varkud Satellite Ribozyme Variants that Cleave a Modified Stem-Loop Substrate
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    Chapter 6 Characterization and Optimization of a Deoxyribozyme with a Short Left Binding Arm
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    Chapter 7 Computer-Aided Design of Active Pseudoknotted Hammerhead Ribozymes
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    Chapter 8 Inverse RNA Folding Workflow to Design and Test Ribozymes that Include Pseudoknots
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    Chapter 9 Using an L7Ae-Tethered, Hydroxyl Radical-Mediated Footprinting Strategy to Identify and Validate Kink-Turns in RNAs
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    Chapter 10 SHAPE Profiling to Probe Group II Intron Conformational Dynamics During Splicing
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    Chapter 11 Dynamics-Function Analysis in Catalytic RNA Using NMR Spin Relaxation and Conformationally Restricted Nucleotides
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    Chapter 12 Design and Evaluation of Guide RNA Transcripts with a 3′-Terminal HDV Ribozyme to Enhance CRISPR-Based Gene Inactivation
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    Chapter 13 Design and Evaluation of AgoshRNAs with 3′-Terminal HDV Ribozymes to Enhance the Silencing Activity
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    Chapter 14 Cloning and Detection of Aptamer-Ribozyme Conjugations
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    Chapter 15 Use of a Lariat Capping Ribozyme to Study Cap Function In Vivo
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    Chapter 16 Long Non-coding RNA Depletion Using Self-Cleaving Ribozymes
Attention for Chapter 9: Using an L7Ae-Tethered, Hydroxyl Radical-Mediated Footprinting Strategy to Identify and Validate Kink-Turns in RNAs
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Chapter title
Using an L7Ae-Tethered, Hydroxyl Radical-Mediated Footprinting Strategy to Identify and Validate Kink-Turns in RNAs
Chapter number 9
Book title
Ribozymes
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, July 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-1-0716-0716-9_9
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Book ISBNs
978-1-07-160715-2, 978-1-07-160716-9
Authors

Stella M. Lai, Venkat Gopalan, Lai, Stella M., Gopalan, Venkat

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