A novel gene organization: intronic snoRNA gene clusters from Oryza sativa.

@article{Liang2002ANG,
  title={A novel gene organization: intronic snoRNA gene clusters from Oryza sativa.},
  author={Dan Dan Liang and Hui Zhou and Peng Zhou Zhang and Yue-Qin Chen and Xiao Yue Chen and Chun-Long Chen and Liang-Hu Qu},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2002},
  volume={30 14},
  pages={3262-72}
}
Based on the analysis of structural features and conserved elements, 27 novel snoRNA genes have been identified from rice. All of them belong to the C/D box-containing snoRNA family except for one that belongs to the H/ACA box type. The newly found genes fall into six clusters that comprise at least three snoRNA genes, and in one case as many as nine genes. Interestingly, four of the six clusters are located within the largest intron of a protein coding gene. The majority of intronic snoRNA… CONTINUE READING

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