Synonyms for syncrip or Related words with syncrip

hnrnpr              hnrnpf              ywhae              hnrnpc              nucks              htatip              kynu              rragd              tagln              paics              snrpf              strbp              troap              rabif              ptpra              prkaca              prkcsh              rbpms              farsla              hnrnpm              hnrpdl              lpxn              rybp              glrx              ptprg              gmppb              prkacb              ptprd              flnb              arhgdia              ctsz              ywhaq              cebpd              ywhab              snrpa              narfl              cacybp              hnrpll              arhgdib              triobp              pogk              arhc              pygl              dgkb              calr              cenpi              cenpa              ctsh              raly              ppih             

Examples of "syncrip"
SYNCRIP has been shown to interact with ACF, APOBEC1, SYT7 and SYT9,
A1CF has been shown to interact with APOBEC1, CUGBP2, and SYNCRIP.
SYT9 has been shown to interact with SYNCRIP, TUBB and TRPV1.
Synaptotagmin binding, cytoplasmic RNA interacting protein, also known as Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein Q is a protein that in humans is encoded by the "SYNCRIP" gene.
C to U editing of ApoB mRNA requires an editing complex or holoenzyme (editosome) consisting of the C to U-editing enzyme Apolipoprotein B mRNA editing enzyme, catalytic polypeptide 1 (ApoBEC-1) as well as other auxiliary factors. ApoBEC-1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the "APOBEC1" gene.[1]It is a member of the cytidine deaminase family. ApoBEC-1 alone is not sufficient for the editing of ApoB mRNA and requires at least one of these auxiliary factors, APOBEC1 complementation factor (A1CF) for editing to occur. A1CF contains 3 non identical repeats. It acts as the RNA binding subunit and directs ApoBEC-1 to the ApoB mRNA downstream of the edited cytidine. Other auxiliary factors are known to be part of the holoenzyme. Some of these proteins have been identified. these are CUG binding protein 2 (CUGBP2), SYNCRIP (glycine-arginine-tyrosine-rich RNA binding protein, GRY-RBP), heterogenous nuclear ribonucleoprotein (hnRNP)-C1, ApoBEC-1 binding protein (ABBP)1, ABBP2, KH-type splicing regulatory binding protein (KSRP), Bcl-2-associated anthogene 4 (BAG4), and auxiliary factor (AUX)240. All these proteins have been identified using detection assays and have all been demonstrated to interact with either ApoBEC-1, A1CF, or ApoB RNA. The function of these auxiliary proteins in the editing complex are unknown. As well as editing ApoB mRNA, the ApoBEC-1 editsome also edits the mRNA of NF1. mRNA editing of ApoB mRNA is the best defined example of this type of C to U RNA editing in humans.