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FMRP


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FMRP

FMRP is Associated to the Ribosomes Via RNA

Drosophila FMRP regulates microtubule network formation and axonal transport of mitochondria

Phosphorylation influences the translation state of FMRP-associated polyribosomes

FMRP Involvement in Formation of Synapses among Cultured Hippocampal Neurons

Identification of consensus binding sites clarifies FMRP binding determinants

Developmentally-programmed FMRP expression in oligodendrocytes: a potential role of FMRP in regulating translation in oligodendroglia progenitors

CNS expression of murine fragile X protein (FMRP) as a function of CGG-repeat size

Arginines of the RGG box regulate FMRP association with polyribosomes and mRNA

Human FMRP contains an integral tandem Agenet (Tudor) and KH motif in the amino terminal domain

The Fragile X proteins Fmrp and Fxr2p cooperate to regulate glucose metabolism in mice

FMRP interferes with the Rac1 pathway and controls actin cytoskeleton dynamics in murine fibroblasts

Identification and characterization of the methyl arginines in the fragile X mental retardation protein Fmrp

BC1-FMRP interaction is modulated by 2′-O-methylation: RNA-binding activity of the tudor domain and translational regulation at synapses

The G-quartet containing FMRP binding site in FMR1 mRNA is a potent exonic splicing enhancer

Analysis of FMRP mRNA target datasets reveals highly associated mRNAs mediated by G-quadruplex structures formed via clustered WGGA sequences

Drosophila FMRP participates in the DNA damage response by regulating G2/M cell cycle checkpoint and apoptosis

Impaired activity-dependent FMRP translation and enhanced mGluR-dependent LTD in Fragile X premutation mice

Astroglial FMRP-dependent translational down-regulation of mGluR5 underlies glutamate transporter GLT1 dysregulation in the fragile X mouse

 

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abbr. for fragile X mental retardation protein; any isoform of a protein (the longest contains 655 amino acids) generated by alternative splicing of the product encoded by the gene at ...

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