Transcription, processing and nuclear transport of a B1 Alu RNA species complementary to an intron of the murine alpha-fetoprotein gene.

Abstract

The Alu sequence family comprises the major dispersed repeat sequences of rodent and primate genomes, numbering greater than 300,000 copies in the human haploid genome. The function of these elements is unknown. The sequences can be transcribed by RNA polymerase III and represent a substantial fraction of total heterogeneous nuclear RNA. Alu sequences can… (More)

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