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History of PseudoUridine
Poster Title: History of PseudoUridine
Submitted on 04 Aug 2022
Author(s): Linna Green
Affiliations: BOC Sciences
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Abstract: PseudoUridine is the C5-glycoside isomer of uridine that contains a C-C bond between C1 of the ribose sugar and C5 of uracil, rather than the usual C1-N1 bond found in uridine. The C-C bond supports more rotational freedom and conformational flexibility. In addition,pseudoUridine has an extra hydrogen bond donor at the N1 position, making it the most abundant RNA modification in cellular RNA.Summary: Whereas the existence of has been known for several decadesits contributions to various cellular processes are just beginning to be understood.

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