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Retraction Note to: Adsorptive removal of cadmium from aqueous media using Posidonia oceanica biomass: equilibrium, dynamic and thermodynamic studies

The authors are retracting this article (Krika et al., 2015) because Figure 2C and the text describing it are duplicated from a previously published article by Allouche et al. (2011). All authors agree to this retraction.

The 68 kDa subunit of mammalian cleavage factor I interacts with the U7 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein and participates in 3′-end processing of animal histone mRNAs

Metazoan replication-dependent histone pre-mRNAs undergo a unique 3′-cleavage reaction which does not result in mRNA polyadenylation. Although the cleavage site is defined by histone-specific factors (hairpin binding protein, a 100-kDa zinc-finger protein and the U7 snRNP), a large complex consisting of cleavage/polyadenylation specificity factor, two subunits of cleavage ...

U7 snRNP-specific Lsm11 protein: dual binding contacts with the 100 kDa zinc finger processing factor (ZFP100) and a ZFP100-independent function in histone RNA 3′ end processing

Teldja N. Azzouz 0 Andreas Gruber 0 Daniel Schu mperli 0 0 Institute of Cell Biology, University of Bern , Baltzerstrasse 4, 3012 Bern, Switzerland The 30 cleavage generating non-polyadenylated

Maf1, a New Player in the Regulation of Human RNA Polymerase III Transcription

Background Human RNA polymerase III (pol III) transcription is regulated by several factors, including the tumor suppressors P53 and Rb, and the proto-oncogene c-Myc. In yeast, which lacks these proteins, a central regulator of pol III transcription, called Maf1, has been described. Maf1 is required for repression of pol III transcription in response to several signal transduction ...