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::General Information
ID U0006
Creation Date 30 September 1997
Updating Date 30 September 1997
Standard Name Cytoplasmic polyadenylation element (CPE)
UTRSite Pattern
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Random Expectation 0.0 hits/kb
::Taxonomy
UTR Region 3'
Taxon Range Metazoa
::Description
Description Cytoplasmic polyadenylation is an evolutionarily conserved mechanism regulating translational activation of a set of quiescent maternal messenger RNAs (mRNAs) during early development. Cytoplasmic poly(A) elongation occurs in a wide range of species, ranging from clam to mouse. The relevance of this process during late oogenesis and early embryogenesis has been shown by studies in the mouse, Xenopus, and Drosophila. In mouse and Xenopus, the only vertebrates so far examined, the ......
::Features
Feature Key CPE
::References
ID [1]
Authors Vassalli J-D & Stutz A
Title Translational control: awakening dormant mRNAs
Citation Curr Biol 5: 476-479
Year 1996
ID [2]
Authors Wickens M, Kimble J & Strickland S
Title Translational control of developmental decisions
Citation Cold Spring Harbor, Laboratory Press, pp. 411-450
Year 1996
ID [3]
Authors Verrotti AC, Thompson SR, Wreden C, Strickland S & Wickens M
Title Evolutionary coservation of sequence elements controlling cytoplasmic polyadenylation
Citation Proc Natl Acad Sci 93: 9027-9032
Year 1996