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Studying the intracellular localisation of Y RNAs

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Cell division is an essential process for all organisms; it enables growth, tissue repair and reproduction. The cell division cycle is highly regulated and precisely timed. In order for cell division to take place, DNA must be accurately and efficiently replicated. Non-coding Y RN As are crucial for the initiation step of chromosomal DNA replication in vertebrates. Y RN As’ levels are higher in human tumour tissues in comparison to normal tissue. Little is known about the intercellular cellular localisation of Y RN As during the cell cycle. My work focuses on studying the intercellular localisation and dynamics of Y RN As during the cell cycle.

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