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Developmental biology, Drosophila, Gene regulation and expression, Non-coding DNA and RNA, Protein-protein, DNA-protein, and RNA-protein interactions, Proteomics and proteins, Translation and post-transcriptional regulation
Post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression is achieved through the control of mRNA translation, mRNA stability and subcellular mRNA localization. Post-transcriptional regulation is mediated by RNA-binding proteins and regulatory RNAs that recognize specific sequences within target transcripts. We use both Drosophila as a model to study the mechanisms that underlie post-transcriptional regulation.
- BCH242Y, Post-Transcriptional Regulatory Mechanisms
- Department of Biochemistry, University of Toronto