Ann M Maldonado

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MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are 19 to 23 nucleotide-long RNAs that post-transcriptionally regulate gene expression. Human cells express several hundred miRNAs which regulate important biological pathways such as development, proliferation, and apoptosis. Recently, 12 miRNA genes have been identified within the genome of Kaposi sarcoma-associated herpesvirus;(More)
We have analyzed the ability of A165V, V169I/D170N, and P536L mutations to suppress pma1 dominant lethal alleles and found that the P536L mutation is able to suppress the dominant lethality of the pma1-R271T, -D378N, -D378E, and -K474R mutant alleles. Genetic and biochemical analyses of site-directed mutants at Pro-536 suggest that this amino acid may not(More)
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