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XB-ART-31982
Biochem J June 1, 1978; 171 (3): 781-6.

The pseudouridine contents of the ribosomal ribonucleic acids of three vertebrate species. Numerical correspondence between pseudouridine residues and 2''-O-methyl groups is not always conserved.

Hughes DG , Maden BE .


Abstract
The pseudouridine contents of the rRNA species of HeLa cells, mouse L-cells and Xenopus laevis cultured kidney cells were examined. Pseudouridine, like 2''-O-methylation, was found to occur relatively frequently in each of the high-molecular-weight rRNA species. However, the numerical data do not support the idea that there is a general one-to-one relationship between pseudoridine residues and 2''-O-methyl groups in vertebrate rRNA.

PubMed ID: 666737
PMC ID: PMC1184027
Article link: Biochem J



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