NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new report out of the University of Chicago has uncovered new details about how epigenetic changes to messenger RNA influence cell viability and development, demonstrating how one type of posttranscriptional modification gives RNA-binding proteins access to previously inaccessible regions of the mRNA.

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