RNA Recognition Motif Proteins
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A family of RNA-BINDING PROTEINS that contain an RNA RECOGNITION MOTIF and two ribonucleoprotein (RNP) domains which bind RNA, in addition to other domains that allow for high affinity binding, sequence specificity, and protein interactions. Examples of RNA recognition motif proteins include HETEROGENEOUS NUCLEAR RIBONUCLEARPROTEINS (hnRNP) and EMBRYONIC LETHAL ABNORMAL-VISION (ELAV) proteins.
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- RNA Recognition Motif Proteins
- Ribonucleoprotein Domain Proteins
- RNA-Binding Domain Proteins
- RNA Binding Domain Proteins
- RRM Proteins
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