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Sialomucin complex (SMC) is a large heterodimeric glycoprotein complex composed of a mucin subunit ascites sialoglycoprotein-1 and a transmembrane subunit ascites sialoglycoprotein-2. It is a rat homologue of human mucin gene MUC4 and is abundantly expressed on the cell surface of highly metastatic ascites 13762 rat mammary adenocarcinoma cells. Because of(More)
Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein (hnRNP) H and F are members of a closely related subfamily of hnRNP proteins that are implicated in many aspects of RNA processing. hnRNP H and F are alternative splicing factors for numerous U2- and U12-dependent introns. The proteins have three RNA binding domains and two glycine-rich domains and localize to both(More)
Ascites 13762 rat mammary adenocarcinoma cells contain an abundant heterodimeric cell surface glycoprotein complex. It is composed of a transmembrane subunit and a sialomucin subunit and is the product of a single gene. The transmembrane subunit has two EGF-like domains and activates the proto-oncogene receptor kinase p185neu. Southern blot comparisons of(More)
An RNA-processing element from Rous sarcoma virus, the negative regulator of splicing (NRS), represses splicing to generate unspliced RNA that serves as mRNA and as genomic RNA for progeny virions and also promotes polyadenylation of the unspliced RNA. Integral to NRS function is the binding of U1 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein (snRNP), but its binding is(More)
The Rous sarcoma virus (RSV) negative regulator of splicing (NRS) is an RNA element that represses splicing and promotes polyadenylation of viral RNA. The NRS acts as a pseudo 5' splice site (ss), and serine-arginine (SR) proteins, U1snRNP, and U6 small nuclear ribonucleoproteins (snRNPs) are implicated in its function. The NRS also efficiently binds U11(More)
We have identified a complex of proteins that form part of the transition zone, a region at the base of the cilium. This complex includes the three members of the Tectonic family, extracytosolic glycoproteins that interact with transmembrane components of the transition zone such as Tmem67, Tmem216, and Tmem231. These transmembrane proteins connect to an(More)
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