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The selective partitioning of mRNA in biomolecular condensates

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Biomolecular condensates (BMCs) are complex assemblies of RNA and protein that form via the process of liquid-liquid phase separation. They have a diverse range of functionalities, often centered around RNA metabolism, and are found throughout the cell. However, how they selectively partition certain molecules whilst excluding others remains a poorly understood, yet pertinent question in biology. Here we addressed this from an mRNA perspective by developing a simplified, in vitro approach, ut...

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MPLS
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Plant Sciences
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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