[Role of the expression of mobile elements sine and the genes directed by RNA polymerase III in the regulation of intracellular processes].

@article{Nikitina2008RoleOT,
  title={[Role of the expression of mobile elements sine and the genes directed by RNA polymerase III in the regulation of intracellular processes].},
  author={Tatyana V Nikitina and Lyudmila I. Tishchenko},
  journal={Molekuliarnaia biologiia},
  year={2008},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={547-58}
}
Small non-translated RNA genes directed by RNA polymerase III (class III genes) comprise substantial part of mammal genomes--about 10%. Besides well-known class III genes--5S rRNA, tRNA, 7SL RNA genes, mobile elements SINEs--a number of new RNA polymerase III-directed genes with poorly studied functions was revealed. According to the latest data, different class III genes can have significantly different expression regulation mechanisms. These data support the existence of gene-specific, tissue… CONTINUE READING

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