Long RM and McNally MT (2003) mRNA decay: x (XRN1) marks the spot. Mol Cell 11(5):1126-8
Abstract: Degradation of mRNA is a vital aspect of gene expression. In yeast, Dcp1p, Dcp2p, Lsm1-7p, and Xrn1p are required for mRNA decay and are localized within discrete cytoplasmic foci; in the May 2 issue of Science, Sheth and Parker provide compelling evidence that these foci represent sites for mRNA decay.
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Number of different genes curated to this paper: 12
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