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New clues to how RNA leaves the nucleus

 
  December, 5 2001 3:18
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New clues to how RNA exits the nucleus

HHMI researchers have developed a new technique that selectively blocks the export of messenger RNA from the nucleus to the cytoplasm of living mammalian cells. The technique, which uses cell-permeable peptides to ferry inhibitory molecules into the cell, offers a new opportunity for researchers to understand the roles of individual proteins.

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Jim Keeley
keeleyj@hhmi.org
301-215-8858
Howard Hughes Medical Institute


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