Mutations in STS1 suppress the defect in 3' mRNA processing caused by the rna15-2 mutation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

@article{Amrani1996MutationsIS,
  title={Mutations in STS1 suppress the defect in 3' mRNA processing caused by the rna15-2 mutation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.},
  author={Nadia Amrani and M. E. Dufour and Nathalie Bonneaud and François Lacroute},
  journal={Molecular & general genetics : MGG},
  year={1996},
  volume={252 5},
  pages={552-62}
}
In a search for proteins associated with Rna15p in processing the 3' ends of messenger RNAs, we have looked for suppressors that correct, even partially, the thermosensitive growth defect of the rna15-2 mutant. Mutations in a single locus that we named SSM5, were able to suppress both the thermosensitivity of cell growth and the mRNA 3' processing defect associated with the rna15-2 mutation, but only slightly alleviated the thermosensitive growth defect of an rna14-1 mutant. The ssm5-1 mutant… CONTINUE READING

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