Non-Coding Rna

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Non-coding Ribonucleic acid (ncRNA) is any class of [[RNA|RNA]] that is not [[Translation|translated]] into a [[Polypeptide|polypeptide]]. Non-coding RNAs may act as a biological [[Catalysts|catalysts]], in which case they ae known as [[Ribozymes]]. The [[Spliceosome|spliceosome]] is an example of a piece of biological catalytic machinery that uses ncRNA to catalyse the splicing of pre-[[MRNA|mRNA]]. Another role of ncRNA is the regulation gene control, which can be performed by promoting or inhibiting either [[Transcription|transcription]] or [[Translation|translation]]&nbsp;<ref>Mattick JS1, Makunin IV. Non-coding RNA. Hum Mol Genet. 2006 Apr 15;15 Spec No 1:R17-29.</ref>.  
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Non-coding Ribonucleic acid (ncRNA) is any class of [[RNA|RNA]] that is not [[Translation|translated]] into a [[Polypeptide|polypeptide]]. Non-coding RNAs may act as a biological [[Catalysts|catalysts]], in which case they ae known as [[Ribozymes]]. The [[Spliceosome|spliceosome]] is an example of a piece of biological catalytic machinery that uses ncRNA to catalyse the splicing of pre-[[MRNA|mRNA]]. Another role of ncRNA is the regulation gene control, which can be performed by promoting or inhibiting either [[Transcription|transcription]] or [[Translation|translation]]<ref>Mattick JS1, Makunin IV. Non-coding RNA. Hum Mol Genet. 2006 Apr 15;15 Spec No 1:R17-29.</ref>.<br>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:32, 4 December 2018

Non-coding Ribonucleic acid (ncRNA) is any class of RNA that is not translated into a polypeptide. Non-coding RNAs may act as a biological catalysts, in which case they ae known as Ribozymes. The spliceosome is an example of a piece of biological catalytic machinery that uses ncRNA to catalyse the splicing of pre-mRNA. Another role of ncRNA is the regulation gene control, which can be performed by promoting or inhibiting either transcription or translation[1].

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  1. Mattick JS1, Makunin IV. Non-coding RNA. Hum Mol Genet. 2006 Apr 15;15 Spec No 1:R17-29.
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