Multiple dispersed loci produce small cytoplasmic Alu RNA.

@article{Maraia1993MultipleDL,
  title={Multiple dispersed loci produce small cytoplasmic Alu RNA.},
  author={Richard J Maraia and C T Driscoll and Timothy A. Bilyeu and K W Hsu and Gretchen J. Darlington},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={1993},
  volume={13 7},
  pages={4233-41}
}
Alu repeats are short interspersed elements (SINEs) of dimeric structure whose transposition sometimes leads to heritable disorders in humans. Human cells contain a poly(A)- small cytoplasmic transcript of -120 nucleotides (nt) homologous to the left Alu monomer. Although its monomeric size indicates that small cytoplasmic Alu (scAlu) RNA is not an intermediary of human Alu transpositions, a less abundant poly(A)-containing Alu transcript of dimeric size and specificity expected of a… CONTINUE READING

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