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SR protein


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SR protein

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Specific SR protein‐dependent splicing substrates identified through genomic SELEX

Distribution of SR protein exonic splicing enhancer motifs in human protein-coding genes

A novel Physarum polycephalum SR protein kinase specifically phosphorylates the RS domain of the human SR protein, ASF/SF2

Differential Expression of Alternatively Spliced mRNAs of Arabidopsis SR Protein Homologs, atSR30 and atSR45a, in Response to Environmental Stress

Differential Expression of Alternatively Spliced mRNAs of Arabidopsis SR Protein Homologs, atSR30 and atSR45a, in Response to Environmental Stress

The structure and selectivity of the SR protein SRSF2 RRM domain with RNA

Role of SR protein modular domains in alternative splicing specificity in vivo

SR protein-specific kinase 1 is highly expressed in testis and phosphorylates protamine 1

Survey of Conserved Alternative Splicing Events of mRNAs Encoding SR Proteins in Land Plants

Jumonji domain containing protein 6 (Jmjd6) modulates splicing and specifically interacts with arginine–serine-rich (RS) domains of SR- and SR-like proteins

Structural and functional analysis of the Rous Sarcoma virus negative regulator of splicing and demonstration of its activation by the 9G8 SR protein

A novel Plasmodium falciparum SR protein is an alternative splicing factor required for the parasites’ proliferation in human erythrocytes

SR protein-mediated inhibition of CFTR exon 9 inclusion: molecular characterization of the intronic splicing silencer

An element in the 5′ common exon of the NCAM alternative splicing unit interacts with SR proteins and modulates 5′ splice site selection

 

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A family of highly conserved nuclear phosphoproteins of the spliceosome that have a C-terminal SR domain enriched in serine-arginine (SR) dipeptides. They are necessary for pre-mRNA splicing and also influence alternative splicing by affecting splice-site selection.

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.


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