Apr 15, 1973

Further evidence on the nuclear origin and transfer to the cytoplasm of polyadenylic acid sequences in mammalian cell RNA

Journal of Molecular Biology
W JelinekJ E Darnell

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Centrifugation, Density Gradient
SDS-PAGE
Transcription, Genetic
Isotope Labeling, Stable
Polynucleotides
Cell Nucleus
Tritium
Ribosomes
Ultrafiltration
HeLa Cells

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