The putative leishmania telomerase rna (LeishTer) undergoes trans-splicing and contains a conserved template sequence

The putative leishmania telomerase rna (LeishTer) undergoes trans-splicing and contains a conserved template sequence

Elton J. R. Vasconcelos, Vinícius S. Nunes, Marcelo S. da Silva, Marcela Segatto, Peter J. Myler, Maria Isabel N. Cano

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Telomerase RNAs (TERs) are highly divergent between species, varying in size and sequence composition. Here, we identify a candidate for the telomerase RNA component of Leishmania genus, which includes species that cause leishmaniasis, a neglected tropical disease. Merging a thorough computational...

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The putative leishmania telomerase rna (LeishTer) undergoes trans-splicing and contains a conserved template sequence

Elton J. R. Vasconcelos, Vinícius S. Nunes, Marcelo S. da Silva, Marcela Segatto, Peter J. Myler, Maria Isabel N. Cano


										

The putative leishmania telomerase rna (LeishTer) undergoes trans-splicing and contains a conserved template sequence

Elton J. R. Vasconcelos, Vinícius S. Nunes, Marcelo S. da Silva, Marcela Segatto, Peter J. Myler, Maria Isabel N. Cano

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    PLoS one

    Vol. 9, no. 11 (Nov., 2014), n. art. e112061