Joan Steitz, lupus, small nuclear ribonucleoproteins, DNA, RNA, protein, introns, Messenger RNA, mRNA, snoRNPs
Our snRNPs go a long way in explaining why a mere 25,000 genes can, after translation, express the multitude of proteins that make life possible, enabling human beings to dominate the top of the food chain.
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