MRNA

  • (noun): The template for protein synthesis; the form of RNA that carries information from DNA in the nucleus to the ribosome sites of protein synthesis in the cell.
    Synonyms: messenger RNA, template RNA, informational RNA

Some articles on mrna:

Long NcRNA Functions - Long Non-coding RNAs in Post-transcriptional Regulation - Long NcRNAs in Splicing
... The splicing of mRNA can induce its translation and functionally diversify the repertoire of proteins it encodes ... The Zeb2 mRNA, which has a particularly long 5’UTR, requires the retention of a 5’UTR intron that contains an internal ribosome entry site for efficient translation (Beltr ... splicing and induces translation of the Zeb2 mRNA during mesenchymal development ...
Long NcRNA Functions - Long Non-coding RNAs in Post-transcriptional Regulation
... transcription, ncRNAs also control various aspects of post-transcriptional mRNA processing ... these functions often involve complementary base pairing with the target mRNA ... The formation of RNA duplexes between complementary ncRNA and mRNA may mask key elements within the mRNA required to bind trans-acting factors, potentially effecting any step in post-transcriptional gene ...
SMG7
... Biological process • nuclear-transcribed mRNA catabolic process, nonsense-mediated decay • mRNA export from nucleus • gene expression • RNA metabolic process • mRNA ...
SFRS9
... nucleoplasm • nucleolus Biological process • mRNA splicing, via spliceosome • transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter • termination of RNA polymerase II transcription • mRNA splice site selection ...
SLBP
... MGI 108402 HomoloGene 31389 GeneCards SLBP Gene Gene Ontology Molecular function • mRNA binding • protein binding • histone pre-mRNA stem-loop binding • histone pre-mRNA DCP binding Cellular ...