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HU protein

Neuron-specific ELAV/Hu proteins suppress HuR mRNA during neuronal differentiation by alternative polyadenylation

Immotile phenotype of an Escherichia coli mutant lacking the histone-like protein HU

RNA-binding protein HuR autoregulates its expression by promoting alternative polyadenylation site usage

Functional and direct interaction between the RNA binding protein HuD and active Akt1

Time-dependent bending rigidity and helical twist of DNA by rearrangement of bound HU protein

Complex formation of the neuron‐specific ELAV‐like Hu RNA‐binding proteins

Escherichia coli HU protein has a role in the repair of abasic sites in DNA

Bacterial protein HU dictates the morphology of DNA condensates produced by crowding agents and polyamines

DNA protection by histone-like protein HU from the hyperthermophilic eubacterium Thermotoga maritima

Eukaryotic HMGB proteins as replacements for HU in E. coli repression loop formation

Escherichia coli HU protein has a role in the repair of abasic sites in DNA

Role of the RNA-binding protein HuR in human renal cell carcinoma

LncRNA OIP5-AS1/cyrano sponges RNA-binding protein HuR

Neisseria conserved hypothetical protein DMP12 is a DNA mimic that binds to histone-like HU protein

Down regulation of extramacrochaetae mRNA by a Drosophila neural RNA binding protein Rbp9 which is homologous to human Hu proteins

p38 Mitogen-activated protein kinase stabilizes SMN mRNA through RNA binding protein HuR

Hyper conserved elements in vertebrate mRNA 3′-UTRs reveal a translational network of RNA-binding proteins controlled by HuR

Genomic analysis of DNA binding and gene regulation by homologous nucleoid-associated proteins IHF and HU in Escherichia coli K12

 

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An abundant bacterial histone‐like protein that has the ability to wrap and bend DNA in vitro, and is thought to play a role in chromosome DNA topology, probably by facilitating the action of gyrase. See DNA topoisomerase type II.

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