Gallouzi 454 Sept 16 2011

Gallouzi 454 Sept 16 2011 - Delineation of mRNA export...

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Delineation of mRNA export pathways by the use of cell-permeable peptides
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Two nuclear export pathways for HuR Nucleus Cytoplasmic m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR CRM1-dependent CRM1 pp32 or APRIL m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR HNS-dependent ? m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR
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Cell-permeable peptide approach to delineate HuR shuttling pathway during muscle differentiation Nucleus Cytoplasmic m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR CRM1-dependent CRM1 pp32 or APRIL m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR HNS-dependent ? m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR AP-NES
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Nucleus Cytoplasmic HNS-dependent ? m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR CRM1-dependent CRM1 pp32 or APRIL m 7 G AAAAAA ARE HuR AP-HNS Cell-permeable peptide approach to delineate HuR shuttling pathway during muscle differentiation
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Cell-permeable peptides Cell-permeable peptides are short, 5 to 20 amino acid peptide motifs that penetrate virtually all cells, independent of surface transporters and of cell cycle phase. When fused to any polypetide or protein, cell-permeable peptides
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course BIOC 450 and 45 taught by Professor Various during the Fall '11 term at McGill.

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Gallouzi 454 Sept 16 2011 - Delineation of mRNA export...

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