poly A mRNA in bacteria?
"", David Alexander
dalex at NEXUS.MICROIMM.MCGILL.CA
Thu Jun 10 10:37:23 EST 1999
I am curious to know if there are examples of bacteria that poly
adenylate their mRNA.
I've heard that mycobacteria do this - any others?
Without handy polyA tails, separation of mRNA, and generation of cDNA
is difficult. Is there a method/enzyme that will reliably add polyA
to bacterial RNA?
Thanks for any insight,
dalex at microimm.mcgill.ca
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