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RNA splicing: intron/exon · snRNP · spliceosome (minor spliceosome, U1) · alternative splicing ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ SnRNP" ...
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Evidence that U5 snRNP recognizes the 3' splice site for ... RNA splicing: intron/exon · snRNP · spliceosome (minor spliceosome, U1) · alternative splicing ...
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Cell death and differentiation is a monthly research journal focused on the ... For example, the U1 snRNP complex is involved in pre-mRNA splicing14 and the U1 ...
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Figure 3 Association between TIA-1 and U1 snRNP. ... Assays were performed as in (G) using using purified U1 snRNP instead of nuclear extract. ...
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Each snRNP consists of one or two U snRNAs (U1, U2, U5, and U4/U6 snRNAs) bound ... The CB is highly enriched in snRNPs but is devoid of non-snRNP splicing proteins. ...
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Some of them were shown to be components of the yeast U6 snRNP (5, 47) ... The assembled snRNP now possesses a bipartite nuclear localization signal ...
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Conversion of the U2 snRNP-precursor RNA complex to the spliceosome probably ... Removal of each snRNP particle prevents pre-mRNA splicing but arrests ...
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... early 5′ splice site/tri-snRNP interaction requires ATP, occurs in ... Antisense probing of the human U4U6 snRNP with biotinylated 2′-OMe RNA oligonucleotides ...
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Surprisingly, instead of U1A we have identified a novel U1 snRNP-specific protein, TbU1-24K. ... role of the U1 snRNP, early 5' splice site recognition ...
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snRNP association with CBs is transcription dependent, indicating that CBs play ... Because snRNP-specific proteins appear to concentrate in CBs before accumulating ...
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have implicated the U1 snRNP and recognition of ... snRNP±pre-mRNA interactions, splicing is regulated (22±26) ... also relies on components of the U2 snRNP. ...
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A snRNP (pronounced snurp) comprises a small length of RNA (about 150 ... If this turns out to be the case, the RNA portion of a snRNP would be considered a ribozyme. ...
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For example, the U4/U6 snRNP is formed when the U4 and U6 snRNAs anneal, a step ... Both U4/U6 and U4/U6·U5 tri-snRNP assembly occur in CBs (Schaffert et al., 2004; ...
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The 17S but not the 12S form of U2 snRNP is active in splicing-complex formation. ... A role for Cajal bodies in the final steps of U2 snRNP biogenesis. ...
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