Tuesday, February 1, 2011
RNA Hybridizes Synthesis
The binding of RNA with proteins/peptides is critical for many important biological processes including gene transcription, post-transcription processing, protein translation, and viral control of host-cell processes. RNA-protein interactions are critical in regulating cell processes, including the viral life cycle. Bio-Synthesis offer RNA synthesis with wide selection of fluoroscope labels.
In general the complementary strand of a coding sequence of DNA (Antisense DNA) or of mRNA (Antisense RNA). A collection of nucleotide sequences which are not templates for synthesis but yet interact with complementary sequences in other molecules thereby causing function of those molecules to be affected. Antisense RNA hybridizes with and inactivates mRNA.
RNA interference (RNAi) is a mechanism that inhibits gene expression at the stage of translation or by hindering the transcription of specific genes. RNAi targets include RNA from viruses and transposons (significant for some forms of innate immune response), and also plays a role in regulating development and genome maintenance.