Tag Archives: non coding RNAs

RNA – Types and Structure

By | July 23, 2021

The nucleic acids are one of the important macromolecules present in the nucleus of all eukaryotes. They are also present in all bacteria and viruses, but in non-eukaryotes, nucleic acids are not enclosed in the nuclear membrane. Some cell organelles such as mitochondria and chloroplasts (present in plant cells) also have their own nucleic acid… Read More »

FRILAIR – A new long non-coding RNA helps in strawberry fruit ripening

By | May 21, 2021

The central dogma of molecular biology states that genetic information present in DNA is passed on in the form of an RNA intermediate, before being translated into proteins. However only a minute fraction of RNA transcribed from DNA, codes for functional proteins. The RNA molecules which are not translated into proteins but have a function… Read More »