Structure and expression of Xenopus karyopherin-β3: Definition of a novel synexpression group related to ribosome biogenesis

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Karyopherin-β3 is a nuclear transport receptor that appears to be involved in nuclear import of ribosomal proteins. Here we report on sequence and expression of karyopherin-β3 in Xenopus. The differential distribution of karyopherin-β3 mRNA during Xenopus embryogenesis is similar to that of several other protein import factors and of ribosomal proteins. These genes thus define a novel synexpression group in the context of ribosome biogenesis. Copyright (C) 2000 Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd.

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Wischnewski, J., Sölter, M., Chen, Y., Hollemann, T., & Pieler, T. (2000). Structure and expression of Xenopus karyopherin-β3: Definition of a novel synexpression group related to ribosome biogenesis. Mechanisms of Development, 95(1–2), 245–248. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0925-4773(00)00337-3

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