RNA and DNA Editing: Molecular Mechanisms and Their Integration into Biological Systems
Part I: Diversification of the Proteome through RNA and DNA Editing.
Chapter 1. Diversifying Exon Code Through A-To-I RNA Editing.
Chapter 2. Antibody Gene Diversification by Aid-Catalyzed DNA Editing.
Chapter 3. Protein-Protein and RNA-Protein Interactions in U-Insertion/Deletion RNA Editing Complexes.
Chapter 4. Machinery of RNA editing in Plant Organelles.
Part II: Functional Coordination of RNA Editing With Other Cellular Mechanisms.
Chapter 5. Transfer RNA Editing Enzymes: At the Crossroads of Affinity and Specificity.
Chapter 6. A-To-I Editing as a Co-Transcriptional RNA Processing Event.
Chapter 7. Studying and Working with Ribonucleoproteins that Catalyze H/ACA Guided RNA Modification.
Chapter 8. Functional Roles of Spliceosomal SNRNA Modifications in Pre-mRNA Splicing.
Chapter 9. A Role for A-To-I Editing in Gene Silencing.
Chapter 10. biological Implications and Broader-Range Functions For Apobec-1 and Apobec-1 Complementation Factors (ACF)
Chapter 11. Antiviral Function of APOEC3 Cytidine Deaminases.
Part III: Predictive Structures.
Chapter 12. A-To-I Editing of ALU Repeats.
Chapter 13. RNA Editing in Dinoflagellates and Implications for the Evolutionary History of the Editing Machinery.
Part IV: Structural Approaches.
Chapter 14. The Box C/D RNPs: Evolutionarily Ancient Nucleotide Modification Complexes.
Chapter 15. Structural Features of the Adar Family of Enzymes and Their Substrates.
Chapter 16. Chemistry, Phylogeny, and three-Dimensional Structure of the Apobec Protein Family.