Mutation of the Diamond-Blackfan Anemia Gene Rps7 in Mouse Results in Morphological and Neuroanatomical Phenotypes
Watkins-Chow, Dawn E.; Cooke, Joanna; Pidsley, Ruth; Edwards, Andrew; Slotkin, Rebecca; Leeds, Karen E.; Mullen, Raymond; Baxter, Laura L.; Campbell, Thomas G.; Salzer, Marion C.; Biondini, Laura; Gibney, Gretchen; Phan Dinh Tuy, Françoise; Chelly, Jamel; Morris, H. Douglas; Riegler, Johannes; Lythgoe, Mark F.; Arkell, Ruth M.; Loreni, Fabrizio; Flint, Jonathan; Pavan, William J.; Keays, David A.
The ribosome is an evolutionarily conserved organelle essential for cellular function. Ribosome construction requires assembly of approximately 80 different ribosomal proteins (RPs) and four different species of rRNA. As RPs co-assemble into one multi-subunit complex, mutation of the genes that encode RPs might be expected to give rise to phenocopies, in which the same phenotype is associated with loss-of-function of each individual gene. However, a more complex picture is emerging in which, in...[Show more]
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