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Splicing endonuclease

splicing endonuclease

(Science: enzyme) Cleaves intervening sequences of precursors tRNA, which are then joined by an rNA ligase

Registry number: EC 3.1.27.-

Synonym: pre-tRNA splicing endonuclease, tRNA splicing endonuclease, splicing endonuclease (xenopus), 3'-pre-tRNA endonuclease, tRNA-splicing endonuclease


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... the known distribution of the intron and to assess the frequency of the endonuclease encoding introns was undertaken. Phylogenetic analyses were ... present in the last common ancestor of mod- ern cyanobacteria. The self-splicing retention by extant cyanobacteria and the loss of splicing is consistent ...

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