The Chinese have many cultural uses for hair, from symbolism to symbolic meaning. A marriage in the Han culture is known as jie-fa, which literally means “tying hair”. Some couples exchange locks of hair and break a hairpin into two parts to form a symbol of their promise to each other. If they break up and get separated, they can piece back together the hairpin to prove their identity. The completed pin is also symbolic of a reunion and a pledge to stay together.
RNA hairpins are interesting research objects, owing to their thermodynamic instability. These molecules tend to unfold into duplexes, with complementary ends, under high concentrations. This thermodynamic instability of RNA hairpins has a profound impact on their chemistry. Hence, we must develop novel methods to study RNA hairpins and their functions. In this article, we will discuss some of the ways we can study RNA hairpins.
Molecular dynamics simulations of the RNA hairpin reveal a two-state thermodynamic landscape: a single-exponential phase near the midpoint Tm; an additional fast phase appears below Tm; and an additional slow phase occurs above the midpoint. Both fast and slow phases depend on mutations in the loop and stem, which affect their thermodynamics. Several adjustments to the two-dimensional lattice model reproduce the occurrence of these temperature-dependent phases, and a four-state free energy landscape model based on the lattice model also explains thermodynamics across the temperature range.
The RNA hairpin is a crucial component of intrinsic termination. It plays a key role in the release of the transcription polymerase and transcript. It is also related to the template positions. It has also been studied for its stability and efficiency. In addition to its role in RNA translation, hairpins have a role in the biological process of protein synthesis. The three-leafed clover structure of tRNA enables it to recognize and translate mRNA molecules at the same time.
Amino acid-specific RNA operational code sequences evolved by duplication and mutation of the anticodon. The mutation of the anticodon led to the proliferation of tRNA sequences, which were used in the synthesis of coded proteins. While the mechanism for their formation and function differ, there are overlaps. Here we describe the structural and dynamic characteristics of two types of tRNA hairpins. They are derived from different sources of tRNA.
In mammalian cells, Cpf1 mediates efficient gene editing. However, its activity is less robust than that of Cas91. This may be partly due to the fewer stem loops present in crRNA than in sgRNAs. Besides containing several hairpins, transfer RNAs also contain multiple 3′ trailer tail structures. Precursor-tRNAs also contain methylguanosine at the 5′ terminus, enhancing their RNase-resistant stability.
In a chimera of tRNAs, the tRNA hairpin has a pivotal role in the intrinsic termination of transcription. The RNA hairpin has a direct relationship to template positions and has been investigated in order to determine the efficiency of termination. This discovery has implications for the design of an assay for mutational analysis of tRNAs. Therefore, the tRNA-hairpin-chimeras may provide a rapid endpoint for tRNA mutations.
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