IBS Researchers See DROSHA for First Time | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - Researchers from the Institute of Basic Science (IBS) for RNA Research in South Korea have been able to get a clear image of the crystal structure of DROSHA, an RNase II enzyme from the Microprocessor complex, for the first time.

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