volume 18, issue 7, P3788-3795 1998
DOI: 10.1128/mcb.18.7.3788
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Abstract: Localization signals are RNA regulatory elements that direct the localization of mRNAs to subcellular sites. Localization signals presumably function by mediating RNA recognition events through which the mRNA becomes associated with the localization machinery. At present little is known about individual RNA recognition events, which in turn has limited progress in identifying the trans-acting binding factors involved in these events. Here we describe a detailed characterization of the RNA elements required fo…

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