U-snRNP B/B'

Mixed Connective Tissue Disease

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13000
13001
0.1 mg
1.0 mg

U1-snRNP 68/70 kDa

Small nucleoprotein particles (snRNPs), comprising non-coding small nuclear RNAs and proteins, are involved in the splicing of eukaryotic mRNA. U1-snRNPs contain three unique proteins with U1-snRNP 68/70 kDa being found as two variants of different size due to alternative splicing.
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13100
13101
0.1 mg
1.0 mg

U1-snRNP A

Small nucleoprotein particles (snRNPs), comprising non-coding small nuclear RNAs and proteins, are involved in the splicing of eukaryotic mRNA. U1-snRNPs contain three unique proteins with U1-snRNP 68/70 kDa being found as two variants of different size due to alternative splicing.
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13200
13201
0.1 mg
1.0 mg

U1-snRNP C

Small nucleoprotein particles (snRNPs), comprising non-coding small nuclear RNAs and proteins, are involved in the splicing of eukaryotic mRNA. U1-snRNPs contain three unique proteins representing the so-called RNP-specific antigens: U1-snRNP 68/70 kDa, U1-snRNP A, and U1 snRNP C.
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13300
13301
0.1 mg
1.0 mg

U-snRNP B/B'

In eukaryotes, seven Sm proteins bind to U-snRNAs to form U-snRNP complexes (U-snRNPs), which are involved in the splicing of pre-mRNA. Due to alternative mRNA splicing, two isoforms of Sm protein B (named U-snRNP B and U-snRNP B’) are found that differ in size and their C-terminal end.
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