7-methylguanosine cap (cap 0)
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|Full name||7-methylguanosine cap (cap 0)|
Abd1 (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
Hcm1 (Homo sapiens)
|Found in phylogeny||Eukaryota|
|Found in RNA||mRNA, snRNA|
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wikipedia: The 5' cap is found on the 5' end of an mRNA molecule and consists of a guanine nucleotide connected to the mRNA via an unusual 5' to 5' triphosphate linkage. This guanosine is methylated on the 7 position directly after capping in vitro by a methyl transferase. It is referred to as a 7-methylguanosine cap, abbreviated m7G.
Most properties, save the triphosphate linkage, are the same as any other 7-methylguanosine.
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