The REM phase of gene regulation
'Classic' enzymes carry out the housekeeping functions of intermediary metabolism. The past decades have seen a steady trickle of reports of several of these enzymes 'moonlighting' as RNA-binding proteins. Although evidence for a physiological role for RNA binding is strong in a few individual examples, no systematic concept has been proposed for the overall phenomenon. We suggest that these diverse observations might herald the existence of currently hidden post-transcriptional regulatory...[Show more]
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