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The RNA exosome is a ribonucleolytic multiprotein complex that is conserved and essential in all eukaryotes. Although we tend to speak of "the" exosome complex, it should be more correctly viewed as several different subtypes that share a common core. Subtypes of the exosome complex are present in the cytoplasm, the nucleus and the nucleolus of all eukaryotic cells, and carry out the 3'-5' processing and/or degradation of a wide range of RNA substrates.Because the substrate specificity of the exosome complex is determined by cofactors, the system is highly adaptable, and different organisms have adjusted the machinery to their specific needs. Here, we present an overview of exosome complexes and their cofactors that have been described in different eukaryotes.

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Cornelia Kilchert. RNA Exosomes and Their Cofactors. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2020;2062:215-235

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PMID: 31768979

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