Potential RNA binding functions for Shadoo through identification and characterisation of an RGG box motif
Shadoo (Sho) is a member of the prion protein (PrP) family, found mainly in the brain. PrP is well-known as the central agent involved in the prion diseases - a form of fatal neurodegenerative disease. Despite decades of intense research, the natural functions of PrP have not been clearly elucidated. The reasons for this are complex, but it is likely that there is a level of redundancy in the functions performed by PrP. In particular, it has been suggested that Sho may have overlapping...[Show more]
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