Identification and punctate nuclear localization of a novel noncoding RNA, Ks-1, from the honeybee brain.

@article{Sawata2002IdentificationAP,
  title={Identification and punctate nuclear localization of a novel noncoding RNA, Ks-1, from the honeybee brain.},
  author={Miyuki Sawata and Daisuke Yoshino and Hideaki Takeuchi and Azusa Kamikouchi and Kazuaki Ohashi and Takeo Kubo},
  journal={RNA},
  year={2002},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={772-85}
}
We identified a novel gene, Ks-1, which is expressed preferentially in the small-type Kenyon cells of the honeybee brain. This gene is also expressed in some of the large soma neurons in the brain and in the suboesophageal ganglion. Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction experiments indicated that Ks-1 transcripts are enriched in the honeybee brain. cDNA cloning revealed that the consensus Ks-1 cDNA is over 17 kbp and contains no significant open reading frames. Furthermore… CONTINUE READING
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