Non-coding RNA: More uses for the “junk” in our genome
|March 12, 2017||Posted by News under 'Junk DNA', Intelligent Design|
It emerges that nascent non-coding RNAs transcribed from regulatory DNA sequences called enhancers bind to the enzyme CBP to promote its activity locally. In turn, the activities of CBP stimulate further enhancer transcription. (paywall) More.
See also: Cod gene puzzle: At least no one is claiming it is “junk RNA”
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