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SNHG3  -  small nucleolar RNA host gene 3 (non...

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: NCRNA00014, RNU17C, RNU17D, U17HG, U17HG-A, ...
 
 
 
 
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High impact information on SNHG3

  • Analyses of polysome profiles and effects of translation inhibitors on the abundance of U17HG RNA in HeLa cells indicated that despite its cytoplasmic localization, little if any U17HG RNA is associated with polysomes [1].
  • Determination of the 5' terminus of the U17HG RNA revealed that transcription of the U17HG gene starts with a C residue followed by a polypyrimidine tract, making this gene a member of the 5'-terminal oligopyrimidine (5'TOP) family, which includes genes encoding ribosomal proteins and some translation factors [1].

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