Signal recognition particle protein

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Human SRP9 (grey and pink) +SRP14 (green and yellow) complex with 7S RNA, GDP and sulfate 1e8o

3D structures of signal recognition particle

Updated on 06-April-2022


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  2. Bovia F, Fornallaz M, Leffers H, Strub K. The SRP9/14 subunit of the signal recognition particle (SRP) is present in more than 20-fold excess over SRP in primate cells and exists primarily free but also in complex with small cytoplasmic Alu RNAs. Mol Biol Cell. 1995 Apr;6(4):471-84. PMID:7542942
  3. Dean KA, von Ahsen O, Gorlich D, Fried HM. Signal recognition particle protein 19 is imported into the nucleus by importin 8 (RanBP8) and transportin. J Cell Sci. 2001 Oct;114(Pt 19):3479-85. PMID:11682607
  4. Gowda K, Black SD, Moeller I, Sakakibara Y, Liu MC, Zwieb C. Protein SRP54 of human signal recognition particle: cloning, expression, and comparative analysis of functional sites. Gene. 1998 Jan 30;207(2):197-207. PMID:9511762
  5. Lutcke H, Prehn S, Ashford AJ, Remus M, Frank R, Dobberstein B. Assembly of the 68- and 72-kD proteins of signal recognition particle with 7S RNA. J Cell Biol. 1993 Jun;121(5):977-85. PMID:8388879

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