The prosomal RNA-binding protein p27K is a member of the alpha-type human prosomal gene family.

@article{Bey1993ThePR,
  title={The prosomal RNA-binding protein p27K is a member of the alpha-type human prosomal gene family.},
  author={F. Bey and I Silva Pereira and Olivier Coux and Evani M Viegas-P{\'e}quignot and F Recillas Targa and Hans Gerd Nothwang and Bernard Dutrillaux and Klaus Scherrer},
  journal={Molecular & general genetics : MGG},
  year={1993},
  volume={237 1-2},
  pages={193-205}
}
Monoclonal antibodies demonstrated high conservation during evolution of a prosomal protein of M(r) 27,000 and differentiation--specific expression of the epitope. More than 90% of the reacting antigen was found as a p27K protein in the free messenger ribonucleoprotein (mRNP) fraction but another protein of M(r) 38,000, which shared protease fingerprint patterns with the p27K polypeptide, was also labelled in the nuclear and polyribosomal fractions. Sequencing of cDNA recombinant clones… CONTINUE READING