Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, June 30th, 2004
Altman received the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1989 for his work on RNaseP demonstrating that RNA as well as protein can have catalytic properties. The RNaseP enzyme in mammals contains at least 10 protein subunits in addition to the RNA subunit.
With this grant Altman's group will pursue the basis of their observation that directly inhibiting expression of one of the protein subunits...
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