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Gene Review

RPL36  -  ribosomal protein L36

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: 60S ribosomal protein L36, DKFZp566B023, L36
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Disease relevance of RPL36


High impact information on RPL36


Biological context of RPL36

  • Analysis of the promoter region of RPL36 revealed the presence of two ribosomal protein gene (RPG) boxes and a T-rich region known to be involved in the regulation of most ribosomal protein genes [4].
  • This result strongly supports the serial endosymbiotic theory of the development of ancestral eukaryotes, and suggests that C. cinereus mt RPL36 gene originated from the ancestral eubacterial genome [1].

Associations of RPL36 with chemical compounds

  • The finding that a ribosomal protein gene, RPL36, contributes to CP-r should stimulate study of the role of ribosomal proteins in multifactorial mechanisms of cisplatin resistance [3].

Other interactions of RPL36

  • The EcoRI site polymorphism was found to have occurred in the intergenic spacer between rps11 and rpl36, while the ClaI site polymorphism was located within the 3' part of the coding region of rps3 [5].


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