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Tiny tags on RNA

Mayer, G. (2009) Tiny tags on RNA. Chembiochem, 10. pp. 2145-2146. ISSN 1439-4227

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Abstract

The covalent association of CoA with small RNA from bacteria might open the door to a new era of the chemical diversity and biological roles of RNA molecules.