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RNP1  -  Rnp1p

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

Synonyms: Ribonucleoprotein 1, YLL046C
 
 
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Disease relevance of RNP1

 

High impact information on RNP1

 

Biological context of RNP1

  • The RNP1 gene maps to the left arm of chromosome XIV centromere distal to SUF10 [11].
  • Two null mutants of RNP1 that were created, a frameshift disruption and a complete deletion of the gene, were viable, demonstrating that the gene is not essential for cell growth [12].
  • Internal sequence information of purified p60 reveals identity with the open reading frames of genes PUB1 and RNP1 which encode polyuridylate binding protein(s) [13].
  • However genomic Southern blot analysis indicated that several other loci in the S. cerevisiae genome appear to contain sequences similar to those in the RNP1 gene [11].
  • Haploid yeast containing a null allele of RNP1 are viable, indicating that RNP1 is dispensible for mitotic growth [11].
 

Anatomical context of RNP1

 

Associations of RNP1 with chemical compounds

 

Physical interactions of RNP1

  • In this work we show that TcUBP-1 is part of an approximately 450-kDa ribonucleoprotein complex with a poly(A)-binding protein and a novel 18-kDa RNA-binding protein, named TcUBP-2 [23].
  • Bud-specific enrichment depends on Myo4p's association with its cargo, a ribonucleoprotein complex containing the RNA-binding protein She2p [24].
  • Scp160p is an RNA-binding protein containing 14 tandemly repeated heterogenous nuclear ribonucleoprotein K-homology domains, which are implicated in RNA binding [25].
  • This ribonucleoprotein complex is transported to the distal tip of the bud along polarized actin cables [26].
  • A novel ribonucleoprotein complex enriched in nucleolar proteins was purified from yeast extracts and constituents were identified by mass spectrometry [27].
 

Other interactions of RNP1

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of RNP1

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  23. TcUBP-1, an mRNA destabilizing factor from trypanosomes, homodimerizes and interacts with novel AU-rich element- and Poly(A)-binding proteins forming a ribonucleoprotein complex. D'Orso, I., Frasch, A.C. J. Biol. Chem. (2002) [Pubmed]
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