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Gene Review

RPL37  -  ribosomal protein L37

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: 60S ribosomal protein L37, G1.16, L37
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Disease relevance of RPL37


High impact information on RPL37

  • CK2 is responsible for phosphorylation of human La protein serine-366 and can modulate rpL37 5'-terminal oligopyrimidine mRNA metabolism [2].
  • Transfection revealed more rpL37 mRNA associated with nonphosphorylatable La A(366) than with La S(366), concomitant with La A(366)-specific shift of a fraction of L37 mRNA off polysomes [2].
  • The use of cDNA microarrays and real-time quantitative PCR revealed increased expression of the genes encoding ribosomal proteins L17 and L37 (RPL17 and RPL37) in the male forebrain as a whole [3].
  • DNA sequences of bovine and rat G1.16, clones were 92.8% and 92.2% similar to human G1.16 while the deduced amino acid sequences derived from bovine and rat cDNAs each differed by a single amino acid from the sequence of hG1.16 and the published rat L37 sequence [4].

Associations of RPL37 with chemical compounds


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