Genetics: The production line
All this transcriptional accounting has hastened an already heady RNA rush. Even before the pervasive nature of transcription ... Xist, the most famous example, was discovered in 1991. Its 17,000 nucleotides can be found in almost every cell of mice ...
Life From Mars
Of course we will never have happen ... leave the room, the geologists say, oh but wait, Mars never has had as much water as earth. Mars never has perhaps - I mean, has always had therefore more of an opportunity to concentrate scarce borax in its surface.
New Scientist Weighs in on the Origin of Life
Furthermore, in eukaryotes (organisms with nucleated cells), components of genes that don't code for proteins (called "introns") are spliced out of an RNA transcript ... leave that aside). In the case of low concentration, conversely, the RNA breaks down ...
Idenix Pharmaceuticals' CEO Presents at Oppenheimer 24th Annual Healthcare Conference (Transcript)
That’s going to happen over the next year ... We’ll need to see the data before we can draw any hard conclusions on that but at least we like what we see pre-clinically at this point. This potency leaves us to believe that we can generate this ...
Brooks Automation's CEO Presents at Barclays Select Growth Conference (Transcript)
But there is a growing market for minus 80 degree C, almost -- in excess actually of 80% of the stores that we sell for automated sample management at minus 80 degree C, is for DNA and RNA storage ... steam obviously. Before I leave this chart, I ...