A+U-rich elements (ARE) serve to control the degradation of some proto-oncogene and lymphokine mRNAs. The protein, AUF1, which consists of two polypeptides of 37 and 40 kDa (p37 and p40, respectively) when purified from cytosol, has been implicated in ARE-directed mRNA turnover due to its binding to ARE. Molecular cloning of a cDNA (p37AUF1) corresponding… (More)
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