By Ya-Xiong Tao
Genetics of Monogenic and Syndromic Obesity is the newest quantity within the Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science series.
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35,36 The SNRPN (small nuclear ribonucleoprotein N) and a second protein coding sequence (SNURF, or SNRPN upstream reading frame) are located in the 15q11-q13 region. Exons 4–10 of the complex bicistronic SNURF–SNRPN gene encode a core spliceosomal protein (SmN) involved in mRNA splicing in the brain, whereas exons 1–3 encode a 71-amino-acid protein enriched in arginine residues. 35,66 Multiple copies of noncoding C/D box snoRNAs or SNORDs involved in RNA processing are embedded within the long SNURF-SNRPN transcript.
Genetics of Monogenic and Syndromic Obesity by Ya-Xiong Tao