Exosome

Exosome can refer to:

  • Exosome complex - a macromolecular complex involved in RNA degradation
  • Exosome (vesicle) - a vesicle secreted by mammalian cells

Other articles related to "exosome":

Exosome Component 6 - Interactions
... Exosome component 6 has been shown to interact with Exosome component 7, Exosome component 8 and Exosome component 1 ...
Exosome Complex - Function - Enzymatic Function
... As stated above, the exosome complex contains many proteins with ribonuclease domains ... The exosome is primarily a 3'-5' exoribonuclease, meaning that it degrades RNA molecules from their 3' end ... Exoribonucleases contained in exosome complexes are either phosphorolytic (the RNase PH-like proteins) or, in eukaryotes, hydrolytic (the RNase R and RNase D domain proteins) ...
Exosome Component 6
... Molecular function • RNA binding • exoribonuclease activity Cellular component • exosome (RNase complex) • nucleolus • cytosol Biological process ... This gene product constitutes one of the subunits of the multisubunit particle called the exosome complex, which mediates mRNA degradation ... The composition of human exosome is similar to its yeast counterpart ...
Exosome Component 5 - Interactions
... Exosome component 5 has been shown to interact with Exosome component 8 and Exosome component 1 ...