N6-methyladenine: the other methylated base of DNA Ratel, David; Ravanat, Jean-Luc; Berger, Francois; ...

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Ratel, David ; Ravanat, Jean-Luc ; Berger, Francois ; Wion, Didier
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Eukaryotes -- Research; DNA synthesis -- Analysis; Eukaryotes -- Physiological aspects
Biological importance of N6-methyladenine (m6A) as the sixth methylated base of DNA is reviewed, providing useful information about the development of new ideas and hypotheses about the possible functions of m6A in eukaryotic cells. Presence of m6A in mammal DNA suggested by indirect evidences raise the possibility that it might have remained undetected due to low sensitivity of analytical methods.
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