Tag Archives: localization

Sugar-coated RNA

A new pre-print from Caroline Bertozzi’s lab shows that some RNA molecules are glycosylated. At least some of these glyco-RNA molecules might reside inside the ER lumen.

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RNA meeting 2019 – Part 1

The RNA society meeting is big. With over 150 talks and almost 700 posters, there’s a lot of new stuff to learn. This was my first RNA society meeting and I decided from the beginning to take it easy. That is why I did not live tweet like I usually do.

Instead, I thought of writing a summery blog post.

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Local translation of ribosomal proteins in axons

A recent bioRxiv pre-print publication from Christine Holt’s lab suggests that ribosomes may be remodeled in axons by locally translated ribosomal proteins. This is surprising because we know that ribosomes are assembled in the nucleolus. Well, I have some concerns about a few of the experiments depicted there.

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