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Heise RNA Chaperones



Methods and Protocols

1. Auflage 2020, Band: 2106, 314 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 178 mm x 254 mm, Gewicht: 625 g Reihe: Methods in Molecular Biology
ISBN: 978-1-07-160233-1
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Heise RNA Chaperones

This book provides a wide spectrum of methods to study RNA chaperones in vitro, at the single molecule level, and protocols useful for cell-based assays. Beginning with a section on a number of bacterial proteins for study, the volume also explores proteins from eukaryotic cells and how to delve into the complex interactions between RNA chaperones and the folding and unfolding of proteins. Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.

Authoritative and practical, RNA Chaperones: Methods and Protocols serves as an ideal guide for scientists and students interested in RNA biology and RNA chaperones.

Chapter 3 is available Open Access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com.

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1. Biochemical Methods for the Study of the FinO Family of Bacterial RNA Chaperones            Hyeong Jin Kim, Steven Chaulk, David Arthur, Ross A. Edwards, and J.N. Mark Glover 2. Quantitative Analysis of RNA Chaperone Activity by Native Gel Electrophoresis and Fluorescence Spectroscopy            Subrata Panja, Ewelina M. Malecka, Andrew Santiago-Frangos, and Sarah A. Woodson 3. Fluorescent Molecular Beacons Mimicking RNA Secondary Structures to Study RNA Chaperone Activity            Pilar Menendez-Gil, Carlos J. Caballero, Cristina Solano, and Alejandro Toledo-Arana 4. Specific Nucleic Acid Chaperone Activity of HIV-1 Nucleocapsid Protein Deduced from Hairpin Unfolding            Micah J. McCauley, Ioulia Rouzina, and Mark C. Williams 5. Real-Time Fluorescence-Based Approaches to Disentangle Mechanisms of a Protein's RNA Chaperone Activity            Tobias Schmidt, Susann Friedrich, Ralph P. Golbik, and Sven-Erik Behrens 6. Use of tRNA-Mediated Suppression to Assess RNA Chaperone Function            Jennifer Porat and Mark A. Bayfield 7. Salt-Dependent Modulation of the RNA Chaperone Activity of RNA-Binding Protein La            Gunhild Sommer, Christina Sendlmeier, and Tilman Heise 8. Kinetic and Thermodynamic Analyses of RNA-Protein Interactions            Ryo Amano and Taiichi Sakamoto 9. Detection of MicroRNAs Released from Argonautes            Kyung-Won Min, J. Grayson Evans, Erick C. Won, and Je-Hyun Yoon 10. Mapping the RNA Chaperone Activity of the T. brucei Editosome Using SHAPE-Chemical Probing            W.-Matthias Leeder and H. Ulrich Göringer 11. RNA Remodeling by RNA Chaperones Monitored by RNA Structure Probing            Susann Friedrich, Tobias Schmidt, and Sven-Erik Behrens 12. In Vivo RNA Chemical Footprinting Analysis in Archaea            Robert Knüppel, Martin Fenk, Michael Jüttner, and Sébastien Ferreira-Cerca 13. RNA Structure Analysis by Chemical Probing with DMS and CMCT            José M. Andrade, Ricardo F. dos Santos, and Cecília M. Arraiano 14. Disordered RNA Binding Region Prediction with DisoRDPbind            Christopher J. Oldfield, Zhenling Peng, and Lukasz Kurgan 15. Delivering Molecular Beacons via an Electroporation-Based Approach Enables Live-Cell Imaging of Single RNA Transcripts and Genomic Loci            Shiqi Mao, Yachen Ying, Xiaotian Wu, and Antony K. Chen 16. Site-Specific Dual-Color Labeling of Long RNAs            Meng Zhao, Richard Börner, Roland K.O. Sigel, and Eva Freisinger 17. Single-Molecule FRET Assay for Studying Cotranscriptional RNA Folding            Heesoo Uhm and Sungchul Hohng 18. Characterizing Complex Nucleic Acid Interactions of LINE1 ORF1p by Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy            M. Nabuan Naufer and Mark C. Williams 19. Isolation and Analysis of Bacterial Ribosomes through Sucrose Gradient Ultracentrifugation            Ricardo F. dos Santos, Cecília M. Arraiano, and José M. Andrade


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