I am a structural biologist and have just solved the structure of a novel human enzyme. Very little is known about it, but I do have a small amount of evidence that it can bind to RNA.
What type of RNA is unknown. One idea I had would be to try and do a gel-shift with it, incubating with various types of RNA e.g. miRNA, snoRNA, mRNA, tRNA etc. I was wondering if anyone knew of a company or lab who worked with or produced small libraries of such molecules? I would ideally like to find a collaborator who routinely does this sort of work.
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