Sergei F. Kliver

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Mutations in genomes of species are frequently distributed non-randomly, resulting in mutation clusters, including recently discovered kataegis in tumors. DNA editing deaminases play the prominent role in the etiology of these mutations. To gain insight into the enigmatic mechanisms of localized hypermutagenesis that lead to cluster formation, we analyzed(More)
The evolutionarily conserved nuclear export factor 1 (NXF1) provides mRNA export from the nucleus to the cytoplasm. We described several testis-specific transcripts of the Drosophila melanogaster nxf1 gene designated “sbr” in this species via different PCR approaches and CAGE-seq analysis. Characteristically, most of them have truncated 3′UTRs compared with(More)
The mutual relationship between mRNA and the cytoskeleton can be seen from two points of view. On the one hand, the cytoskeleton is necessary for mRNA trafficking and anchoring to subcellular domains. On the other hand, cytoskeletal growth and rearrangement require the translation of mRNAs that are connected to the cytoskeleton. β-actin mRNA localization(More)
Citation: Lada AG, Stepchenkova EI, Zhuk AS, Kliver SF, Rogozin IB, Polev DE, Dhar A, Pavlov YI (2017) Recombination Is Responsible for the Increased Recovery of Drug-Resistant Mutants with Hypermutated Genomes in Resting Yeast Diploids Expressing APOBEC Deaminases. Front. Genet. 8:202. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2017.00202 Recombination Is Responsible for the(More)
Prions are proteins that under the same conditions can exist in two or more conformations, and at least one of the conformations has infectious properties. The prionization of a protein is typically accompanied by its functional inactivation due to sequestration of monomers by the prion aggregates. The most of prions has been identified in the yeast(More)
The function of the nxf1 (Nuclear Export Factor 1) gene is the nuclear-cytoplasmic transport of most mRNAs. A characteristic feature of the nxf1 genes in animals belonging to different taxonomic groups is existence of an alternative transcript with a homologous intron referred to as a cassette intron. The following databases were used: GenBank ((More)
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