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Analysis of brain and pituitary RNA metabolism: a review of recent methodologies

Brain Research

Mar 1, 1983

L A Dokas

PMID: 6187418

Abstract

Recent characterization of brain and pituitary RNA metabolism is reviewed. Relative to other tissues, the brain transcribes more of the unique, single-copy DNA. This transcriptional diversity reflects the inherent heterogeneity in organization and development of the brain. The end produ...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Polyribosomes
Transcriptional Regulation
Glucocorticoid inhalants for obstructive airway disease
Adenine Polynucleotides
Catecholamine [EPC]
Cytoplasmic RNA
Protoplasm
Transcription, Genetic
Neurons
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  • Citations12

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Analysis of brain and pituitary RNA metabolism: a review of recent methodologies

Brain Research

Mar 1, 1983

L A Dokas

PMID: 6187418

DOI:

Abstract

Recent characterization of brain and pituitary RNA metabolism is reviewed. Relative to other tissues, the brain transcribes more of the unique, single-copy DNA. This transcriptional diversity reflects the inherent heterogeneity in organization and development of the brain. The end produ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Metabolic Process, Cellular
Polyribosomes
Transcriptional Regulation
Glucocorticoid inhalants for obstructive airway disease
Adenine Polynucleotides
Catecholamine [EPC]
Cytoplasmic RNA
Protoplasm
Transcription, Genetic
Neurons

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Paper Details
References
  • References161
  • Citations12
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