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May play a role in cell cycle progression (By similarity). De plus, nous expédions Transforming Growth Factor beta Regulator 4 Protéines (4) et et beaucoup plus de produits pour cette protéine.
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tight regulation of WAP gene expression parallels variations in the chromatin structure and DNA methylation profile throughout the Ramp3-WAP-Tbrg4 locus.
Despite the fact that proteins of the FASTK family FASTKD1-5 share the same domains, they exhibit various-sometimes opposing-functions in almost all steps of mitochondrial RNA metabolism.
Disruption of FASTKD4 reduces the level of ND3 and of other mature mRNAs including ND5 and CYB, and causes accumulation of ND5-CYB precursor RNA. Disrupting FASTKD1 and FASTKD4 decreases ND3 mRNA like depleting FASTKD4 alone, indicating that FASTKD4 loss is epistatic. RAP domain of FASTKD4 has a nuclease fold with a conserved aspartate at the putative active site, mutation of which abolishes its function.
SLERT is 694 nucleotides & contains SNORA5A & SNORA5C at its ends; it is produced from the human TBRG4 locus via skipping of exons 4 and 5 that leads to both SNORA5A & SNORA5C embedded within one intron, thereby producing SLERT from this alternatively spliced intron; results reveal an important control of ribosome biogenesis by SLERT lncRNA & its regulatory role in DDX21 ring-shaped arrangements acting on Pol I complexes.
13 human CPR (cell cycle progression restoration) genes and 11 yeast OPY (overproduction-induced pheromone-resistant yeast) genes that specifically block the G1 arrest by mating pheromone.
May play a role in cell cycle progression (By similarity).
, transforming growth factor beta regulator 4
, cell cycle progression 2 protein
, cell cycle progression protein 2
, FAST kinase domain-containing protein 4
, FAST kinase domains 4
, cell cycle progression restoration protein 2
, transforming growth factor beta regulated gene 4
, cell cycle progression 2