Structural and Functional Insights into Human Nuclear Cyclophilins

@inproceedings{Rajiv2018StructuralAF,
  title={Structural and Functional Insights into Human Nuclear Cyclophilins},
  author={Caroline Rajiv and Tara L. Davis},
  booktitle={Biomolecules},
  year={2018}
}
The peptidyl prolyl isomerases (PPI) of the cyclophilin type are distributed throughout human cells, including eight found solely in the nucleus. Nuclear cyclophilins are involved in complexes that regulate chromatin modification, transcription, and pre-mRNA splicing. This review collects what is known about the eight human nuclear cyclophilins: peptidyl prolyl isomerase H (PPIH), peptidyl prolyl isomerase E (PPIE), peptidyl prolyl isomerase-like 1 (PPIL1), peptidyl prolyl isomerase-like 2… CONTINUE READING
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