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KSRP binding to loop regions of miRNA: maturation regulation

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Default KSRP binding to loop regions of miRNA: maturation regulation



Michele Trabucchi, Paola Briata, MariaFlor Garcia-Mayoral, Astrid D. Haase, Witold Filipowicz, Andres Ramos, Roberto Gherzi & Michael G. Rosenfeld. [Only registered users see links. ]. Nature advance online publication 20 May 2009

A protein that binds the loop region of an immature miRNA helps modulate the activity of Drosha and Dicer. This is a mechanism where regulatory networks can affect maturation of miRNA.
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