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Rna 2-o-methyltransferase

RNA 2'-O-methyltransferase

(Science: enzyme) methylates 2'-hydroxyl group of ribose moieties of ribosomal RNA; highest activity poly (c) is a synthetic substrate

Registry number: EC 2.1.1.-

Synonym: nucleolar 2'-o-methyltransferase


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