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Serine/arginine repetitive matrix 1

160 kd, SRm160
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Top mentioned proteins: SR protein, CAN, Y14, caspase-3, ACID
Papers on 160 kd
The Role of the Paratrigeminal Nucleus in Vagal Afferent Evoked Respiratory Reflexes: A Neuroanatomical and Functional Study in Guinea Pigs.
McGovern et al., Australia. In Front Physiol, 2014
Whereas, nodose neurons more often expressed 160 KD neurofilament proteins and the alpha3 subunit of Na(+)/K(+) ATPase, significantly more jugular neurons expressed the neuropeptides substance P (SP) and, especially, Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP).
Multifunctional RNA processing protein SRm160 induces apoptosis and regulates eye and genital development in Drosophila.
Rabinow et al., Orsay, France. In Genetics, 2014
SRm160 is an SR-like protein implicated in multiple steps of RNA processing and nucleocytoplasmic export.
Crystal structure and functional characterization of the human RBM25 PWI domain and its flanking basic region.
Shi et al., Hefei, China. In Biochem J, 2013
Structure-guided mutagenesis reveals a positively charged nucleic-acid-binding surface in the RBM25 PWI domain that is entirely different from that in the SRm160 PWI domain.
Distinct CD44 splice variants differentially affect collateral artery growth.
Hoefer et al., Utrecht, Netherlands. In Curr Vasc Pharmacol, 2013
RESULTS: Expression of total CD44 and CD44v3 mRNA following femoral artery ligation was increased, accompanied by increased mRNA levels of the CD44-relevant splicing factors Tra2-beta1 and SRm160.
Identification of cis- and trans-acting factors involved in the localization of MALAT-1 noncoding RNA to nuclear speckles.
Akimitsu et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Rna, 2012
RNAi-mediated repression of the nuclear speckle proteins, RNPS1, SRm160, or IBP160, which are well-known mRNA processing factors, resulted in the diffusion of MALAT-1 to the nucleoplasm.
A systematic characterization of Cwc21, the yeast ortholog of the human spliceosomal protein SRm300.
Blencowe et al., Toronto, Canada. In Rna, 2009
Cwc21 (complexed with Cef1 protein 21) is a 135 amino acid yeast protein that shares homology with the N-terminal domain of human SRm300/SRRM2, a large serine/arginine-repeat protein shown previously to associate with the splicing coactivator and 3'-end processing stimulatory factor, SRm160.
Novel splicing factor RBM25 modulates Bcl-x pre-mRNA 5' splice site selection.
Huang et al., Boston, United States. In Mol Cell Biol, 2008
RBM25 has been shown to associate with splicing cofactors SRm160/300 and assembled splicing complexes, but little is known about its splicing regulation.
Binding of ATP to UAP56 is necessary for mRNA export.
Nickerson et al., Worcester, United States. In J Cell Sci, 2008
At speckled domains, UAP56 was in complexes with the RNA-splicing and -export protein SRm160, and, as measured by FRAP, was in a dynamic binding equilibrium.
Identification and characterization of RED120: a conserved PWI domain protein with links to splicing and 3'-end formation.
Blencowe et al., Pamplona, Spain. In Febs Lett, 2007
SRm160 (SR-related nuclear matrix protein of 160 kDa), is a splicing coactivator that also functions as a 3'-end cleavage-stimulatory factor.
Regulation of CD44 alternative splicing by SRm160 and its potential role in tumor cell invasion.
GeneRIF
Sharp et al., Cambridge, United States. In Mol Cell Biol, 2006
SRm160, a splicing coactivator, regulates CD44 alternative splicing in a Ras-dependent manner.
Proteomic analysis of SRm160-containing complexes reveals a conserved association with cohesin.
GeneRIF
Blencowe et al., Toronto, Canada. In J Biol Chem, 2006
found that the majority of proteins identified in SRm160-containing complexes are associated with pre-mRNA processing. Interestingly, SRm160 is also associated with factors involved in chromatin regulation and sister chromatid cohesion
Nucleoskeleton of early bovine embryos and differentiated somatic cells: an ultrastructural and immunocytochemical comparison.
Fl├ęchon et al., Jouy-le-Moutier, France. In Histochem Cell Biol, 2004
The localisation of nucleoskeleton-related lamins A and C, NuMA, SRm160 and hnRNP H was tested by immunofluorescence.
In vitro FRAP reveals the ATP-dependent nuclear mobilization of the exon junction complex protein SRm160.
GeneRIF
Nickerson et al., Worcester, United States. In J Cell Biol, 2004
Data show that SRm160, a splicing coactivator and component of the exon junction complex (EJC) involved in RNA export, has an adenosine triphosphate (ATP)-dependent mobility.
The spatial targeting and nuclear matrix binding domains of SRm160.
GeneRIF
Nickerson et al., Worcester, United States. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2003
two contiguous sequences that independently target SRm160 to nuclear matrix sites at splicing speckled domains: amino acids 300-350 and 351-688
Proto-oncoprotein TLS/FUS is associated to the nuclear matrix and complexed with splicing factors PTB, SRm160, and SR proteins.
GeneRIF
Barta et al., Vienna, Austria. In Exp Cell Res, 2003
Proto-oncoprotein TLS/FUS is associated to the nuclear matrix and complexed with splicing factors PTB, SRm160, and SR proteins and plays a role in spliceosome assembly
Transforming pathways activated by the v-Abl tyrosine kinase.
Review
Reddy et al., Philadelphia, United States. In Oncogene, 2003
Two isolates of the virus encoding proteins of p120 Kd and 160 Kd have been extensively studied.
Nuclear mRNA binding proteins couple pre-mRNA splicing and post-splicing events.
Review
Dreyfuss et al., Philadelphia, United States. In Mol Cells, 2001
These proteins, including Y14, Aly/REF, RNPS1, SRm160, and DEK, are assembled into a stable complex near exon-exon junctions of spliced mRNAs.
DAP-kinase: from functional gene cloning to establishment of its role in apoptosis and cancer.
Review
Kimchi et al., Israel. In Cell Death Differ, 2001
This 160 Kd protein kinase is localized to actin microfilaments and carries interesting modules such as ankyrin repeats and the death domain.
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