Vgl1, a multi-KH domain protein, is a novel component of the fission yeast stress granules required for cell survival under thermal stress

@inproceedings{Wen2010Vgl1AM,
  title={Vgl1, a multi-KH domain protein, is a novel component of the fission yeast stress granules required for cell survival under thermal stress},
  author={Wei-Ling Wen and Abigail L Stevenson and Chun-yu Wang and Hsiang-Ju Chen and Stephen E. Kearsey and Chris J. Norbury and Stephen Watt and J{\"u}rg B{\"a}hler and Shao-Win Wang},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2010}
}
Multiple KH-domain proteins, collectively known as vigilins, are evolutionarily highly conserved proteins that are present in eukaryotic organisms from yeast to metazoa. Proposed roles for vigilins include chromosome segregation, messenger RNA (mRNA) metabolism, translation and tRNA transport. As a step toward understanding its biological function, we have identified the fission yeast vigilin, designated Vgl1, and have investigated its role in cellular response to environmental stress. Unlike… CONTINUE READING

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