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Ten years of progress in GW/P body research

Author: Edward K L Chan; Marvin J Fritzler
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 768.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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GW bodies are novel cytoplasmic foci that were discovered and named by Dr. Chan's group in 2002. These bodies are now known to be active cytoplasmic foci involved with the new gene regulation process mediated by microRNA that leads to translational repression and mRNA degradation. The detailed biological functions of these cytoplasmic structures are still being uncovered and the idea for this book is to provide the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward K L Chan; Marvin J Fritzler
ISBN: 9781461451075 1461451078
OCLC Number: 822997159
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: The GW Body Story as an Example of Autoantibodies with Significant Impacts to Molecular Cell Biology / Edward K. L. Chan, Marvin J. Fritzler --
The Discovery of GW Bodies / Marvin J. Fritzler, Edward K. L. Chan --
The Discovery and Analysis of P Bodies / Saumya Jain, Roy Parker --
Autoantibodies to Argonaute 2 (Su Antigen) / Minoru Satoh, Jason Y. F. Chan --
GW/P-Bodies and Autoimmune Disease / Donald B. Bloch, Rita A. Nobre --
Function of GW182 and GW Bodies in siRNA and miRNA Pathways / Bing Yao, Songqing Li, Edward K. L. Chan --
Post-transcriptional Stimulation of Gene Expression by MicroRNAs / Sooncheol Lee, Shobha Vasudevan --
Gawky (GW) is the Drosophila melanogaster GW182 Homologue / Jing Li, Tom C. Hobman, Andrew J. Simmonds --
The Role of GW182 Proteins in miRNA-Mediated Gene Silencing / Joerg E. Braun, Eric Huntzinger --
Quantifying Argonaute Proteins In and Out of GW/P-Bodies: Implications in microRNA Activities / Anthony K. L. Leung, Phillip A. Sharp --
Deadenylation and P-Bodies / Chyi-Ying A. Chen, Ann-Bin Shyu --
Relationship of GW/P-Bodies with Stress Granules / Georg Stoecklin, Nancy Kedersha --
Relationship of Other Cytoplasmic Ribonucleoprotein Bodies (cRNPB) to GW/P Bodies / Joanna J. Moser, Marvin J. Fritzler --
An SNP in the Trinucleotide Repeat Region of the TNRC6A Gene Maps to a Major TNGW1 Autoepitope in Patients with Autoantibodies to GW182 / Joanna J. Moser, Edward K. L. Chan --
Reflections on Ten Years of History of, and Future Prospects for, GW182 and GW/P Body Research / Edward K. L. Chan, Bing Yao. Preface --
The GW body Story as an Example of Autoantibodies with Significant Impacts to Molecular Cell Biology --
The Discovery of GW Bodies --
The Discovery and Analysis of P Bodies --
Autoantibodies to Argonaute 2 (Su antigen) --
GW/P Bodies and Autoimmune Disease --
Function of GW182 and GW Bodies in siRNA and miRNA Pathways --
Post-Transcriptional Stimulation of Gene Expression by MicroRNAs --
Gawky (Gw) is the Drosophila Melanogaster GW182 Homologue --
The Role of GW182 Proteins in miRNA-mediated Gene Silencing --
Quantifying Argonaute Proteins in and out of GW/P-bodies: Implications in microRNA Activities --
Deadenylation and P-bodies --
Relationship of GW/P-bodies with Stress Granules --
Relationship of other Cytoplasmic Ribonucleoprotein (RNP) Bodies to GW/P Bodies --
A SNP in the Trinucleotide Repeat Region of the TNRC6A Gene Maps to a Major TNGW1 Autoepitope in Patients with Autoantibodies to GW182 --
Reflections on Ten Years of History of, and Future Prospects for, GW182 and GW/P Body Research --
Index.
Series Title: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 768.
Responsibility: Edward K. L. Chan, Marvin J. Fritzler, editors.
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