Breakthrough Articles from Nucleic Acid Research

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NAR’s Breakthrough Articles present high-impact studies answering long-standing questions in the field of nucleic acids research and/or opening up new areas and mechanistic hypotheses for investigation. These articles are chosen by the Editors on the recommendation of Editorial Board Members and Referees. Articles are accompanied by a brief synopsis explaining the findings of the paper and where they fit in the broader context of nucleic acids research. They represent the very best papers published at NAR.

 
Genome-wide mapping of SARS-CoV-2 RNA structures identifies therapeutically-relevant elements
Ilaria Manfredonia, Chandran Nithin, Almudena Ponce-Salvatierra, Pritha Ghosh, Tomasz K Wirecki, Tycho Marinus, Natacha S Ogando, Eric J Snijder, Martijn J van Hemert, Janusz M Bujnicki, and Danny Incarnato 
 
Multiple outbreaks of severe acute respiratory syndromes caused by coronaviruses over the past 18 years, the latest leading to (as of this writing) nearly one million deaths across the world, have demonstrated the pressing need for new therapeutically-relevant and durable druggable targets for the treatment of coronavirus infections. This paper describes the characterization of the SARS-CoV-2 RNA genome structure using a variety of experimental and computational methods.
Period10-Nov-2020

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  • TitleBreakthrough Articles from Nucleic Acid Research
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBreakthrough highlights Nucleic Acid Research
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryNetherlands
    Date10/11/2020
    DescriptionNAR’s Breakthrough Articles present high-impact studies answering long-standing questions in the field of nucleic acids research and/or opening up new areas and mechanistic hypotheses for investigation. These articles are chosen by the Editors on the recommendation of Editorial Board Members and Referees. Articles are accompanied by a brief synopsis explaining the findings of the paper and where they fit in the broader context of nucleic acids research. They represent the very best papers published at NAR.

    Genome-wide mapping of SARS-CoV-2 RNA structures identifies therapeutically-relevant elements

    Ilaria Manfredonia, Chandran Nithin, Almudena Ponce-Salvatierra, Pritha Ghosh, Tomasz K Wirecki, Tycho Marinus, Natacha S Ogando, Eric J Snijder, Martijn J van Hemert, Janusz M Bujnicki, and Danny Incarnato

    Multiple outbreaks of severe acute respiratory syndromes caused by coronaviruses over the past 18 years, the latest leading to (as of this writing) nearly one million deaths across the world, have demonstrated the pressing need for new therapeutically-relevant and durable druggable targets for the treatment of coronavirus infections. This paper describes the characterization of the SARS-CoV-2 RNA genome structure using a variety of experimental and computational methods.
    Producer/AuthorNucleic Acid Research
    URLwww.narbreakthrough.com
    PersonsDanny Incarnato