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  • Lysine richness in human snurps - possible sites for electrophilic attacks. [Journal Article]
    Bioinformation. 2010 Mar 31; 4(9):409-11.Dey SK, Ganguli S, … Datta A
  • Gene-expression strategies are remodeled following exposure to stress. The reactive oxidants and electrophiles generated after stress actually affects the structural and functional properties of different cellular proteins. It is also seen that lysine rich motifs of proteins play crucial role in electrophilic attack and modification. Therefore, this study revealing lysine richness in 5 main human…
  • "Snurps". [Review]
    Sci Am. 1988 Jun; 258(6):56-60, 63.Steitz JA
  • The whimsical acronym refers to "small nuclear ribonucleoproteins," which play a key role in the process whereby genetic information directs the activities of a living cell. SnRNP's help to delete the meaningless stretches called introns from messenger RNA. The author was one of the first investigators to reveal their function.
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