Mrnp41 (Rae 1p) associates with microtubules in HeLa cells and in neurons.

@article{Kraemer2001Mrnp411,
  title={Mrnp41 (Rae 1p) associates with microtubules in HeLa cells and in neurons.},
  author={Doris M Kraemer and Thomas Dresbach and Detlev Drenckhahn},
  journal={European journal of cell biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={80 12},
  pages={733-40}
}
Mrnp41 (hRae1p) is an evolutionarily highly conserved protein, which is a potential component of mRNP particles and plays a role in nuclear mRNA export. The protein is mainly localized at the nuclear pore complex, but is also associated with distinct nuclear domains and with a meshwork of numerous small particles in the cytoplasm (Kraemer and Blobel (1997): Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91, 1519-1523). We show that the cytoplasmic pattern of mrnp41 is sensitive to treatment with the microtubule… CONTINUE READING

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