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E-GEOD-62856 - Functional characterization of C. elegans Y-box binding proteins reveals tissue-specific functions and a critical role in the formation of polysomes (RIP-Seq)
Released on 8 January 2015, last updated on 21 March 2015
We present a basic characterization of the function of Y-box binding proteins (YBPs) in C. elegans. YBPs in other organisms are known RNA-binding proteins. Our global analysis of associated mRNAs supports a role of YBPs as general mRNA binders in C.elegans. FLAG IPs were performed on transgenic animals expressing FLAG-tagged versions of either CEY-1, CEY-2, or CEY-4. MYC IPs served as controls. All IPs were performed in duplicates. 12 samples in total.
other, RNA-seq of coding RNA
Dimos Gaidatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Andreas Arnold, Rafal Ciosk
Functional characterization of C. elegans Y-box-binding proteins reveals tissue-specific functions and a critical role in the formation of polysomes. Arnold A, Rahman MM, Lee MC, Muehlhaeusser S, Katic I, Gaidatzis D, Hess D, Scheckel C, Wright JE, Stetak A, Boag PR, Ciosk R. , PMID:25378320