Adrift-type ribose 2-O-methyltransferase domain (IPR025807)

Short name: Adrift-typ_MeTrfase

Overlapping homologous superfamilies


Domain relationships


In higher eukaryotes, including insects, vertebrates and their viruses, mRNA and snRNA 5'-ends are modified by the addition of methyl groups to the first and/or the second transcribed nucleotides. Methylation of the ribose on the second transcribed position is termed cap2, and the enzyme responsible is the cap-specific mRNA (nucleoside-2'-O-)-methyltransferase or cap methyltransferase 2 [PMID: 21310715]. In Drosophila, this protein was originally known as adrift, and was isolated as a gene required for pathfinding on the segmental nerve [PMID: 10068643].

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