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Can the coding strand for an RNA act as the template for another?

Yes, the DNA strand that is usually the sense strand, coding for the mRNA and protein sequence can also become the antisense strand if transcription happens in the reverse direction. This phenomenon ...
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Does ribonuclease processing of pre-crRNAs happen co-transcriptionally?

I originally posted this question in an attempt to understand a pattern I observed in my sequencing data. In the time since, I've formalized my interpretation as part of a manuscript, now posted on ...
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Confusion regarding the meaning of the coding strand of DNA

The problem here is the misleading nature of the term “coding strand”. I have previously posted on this topic making the point that mRNA — which is what the genetic code relates to — should be the ...
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