Computational Criteria for the Disablement of Human GAPDH Pseudogenes

@inproceedings{Theisen2012ComputationalCF,
  title={Computational Criteria for the Disablement of Human GAPDH Pseudogenes},
  author={Christopher S. Theisen and Kirsten A Seidler and Norbert W. Seidler},
  year={2012}
}
Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH), the glycolytic enzyme, exists as an asymmetric homotetramer and is apparently a product of a single somatic gene. This protein is considered a moonlighting protein meaning that it exhibits functions typically ascribed to other proteins. The functions include cellular processes that involve gene expression and, intriguingly, those that are associated with membrane-binding. There are more than 60 human pseudogenes for GAPDH. These pseudogenes, by… CONTINUE READING

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