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Papers associated with ybx2

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Ckb and Ybx2 interact with Ribc2 and are necessary for the ciliary beating of multi-cilia., Kwon KY, Jeong H, Jang DG, Kwon T, Park TJ., Genes Genomics. February 1, 2023; 45 (2): 157-167.

Differential nuclear import sets the timing of protein access to the embryonic genome., Nguyen T, Costa EJ, Deibert T, Reyes J, Keber FC, Tomschik M, Stadlmeier M, Gupta M, Kumar CK, Cruz ER, Amodeo A, Gatlin JC, Wühr M., Nat Commun. October 6, 2022; 13 (1): 5887.                                  

Prediction of Functionally Important Phospho-Regulatory Events in Xenopus laevis Oocytes., Johnson JR, Santos SD, Johnson T, Pieper U, Strumillo M, Wagih O, Sali A, Krogan NJ, Beltrao P., PLoS Comput Biol. August 27, 2015; 11 (8): e1004362.                            

Xtr, a plural tudor domain-containing protein, is involved in the translational regulation of maternal mRNA during oocyte maturation in Xenopus laevis., Ohgami H, Hiyoshi M, Mostafa MG, Kubo H, Abe S, Takamune K., Dev Growth Differ. August 1, 2012; 54 (6): 660-71.

Translational repression by the oocyte-specific protein P100 in Xenopus., Nakamura Y, Tanaka KJ, Miyauchi M, Huang L, Tsujimoto M, Matsumoto K., Dev Biol. August 1, 2010; 344 (1): 272-83.    

Xtr, a plural tudor domain-containing protein, coexists with FRGY2 both in cytoplasmic mRNP particle and germ plasm in Xenopus embryo: its possible role in translational regulation of maternal mRNAs., Golam Mostafa M, Sugimoto T, Hiyoshi M, Kawasaki H, Kubo H, Matsumoto K, Abe S, Takamune K., Dev Growth Differ. August 1, 2009; 51 (6): 595-605.          

Translational control in early development: CPEB, P-bodies and germinal granules., Standart N, Minshall N., Biochem Soc Trans. August 1, 2008; 36 (Pt 4): 671-6.

RAP55, a cytoplasmic mRNP component, represses translation in Xenopus oocytes., Tanaka KJ, Ogawa K, Takagi M, Imamoto N, Matsumoto K, Tsujimoto M., J Biol Chem. December 29, 2006; 281 (52): 40096-106.                

Xp54 and related (DDX6-like) RNA helicases: roles in messenger RNP assembly, translation regulation and RNA degradation., Weston A, Sommerville J., Nucleic Acids Res. June 12, 2006; 34 (10): 3082-94.          

Deletion of the DNA/RNA-binding protein MSY2 leads to post-meiotic arrest., Yang J, Medvedev S, Yu J, Schultz RM, Hecht NB., Mol Cell Endocrinol. May 16, 2006; 250 (1-2): 20-4.

NAB1 is an RNA binding protein involved in the light-regulated differential expression of the light-harvesting antenna of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii., Mussgnug JH, Wobbe L, Elles I, Claus C, Hamilton M, Fink A, Kahmann U, Kapazoglou A, Mullineaux CW, Hippler M, Nickelsen J, Nixon PJ, Kruse O., Plant Cell. December 1, 2005; 17 (12): 3409-21.

Visualization of the reconstituted FRGY2-mRNA complexes by electron microscopy., Matsumoto K, Tanaka KJ, Aoki K, Sameshima M, Tsujimoto M., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. June 20, 2003; 306 (1): 53-8.

A 250-nucleotide UA-rich element in the 3' untranslated region of Xenopus laevis Vg1 mRNA represses translation both in vivo and in vitro., Otero LJ, Devaux A, Standart N., RNA. December 1, 2001; 7 (12): 1753-67.

RNA-binding strategies common to cold-shock domain- and RNA recognition motif-containing proteins., Manival X, Ghisolfi-Nieto L, Joseph G, Bouvet P, Erard M., Nucleic Acids Res. June 1, 2001; 29 (11): 2223-33.

CIRP2, a major cytoplasmic RNA-binding protein in Xenopus oocytes., Matsumoto K, Aoki K, Dohmae N, Takio K, Tsujimoto M., Nucleic Acids Res. December 1, 2000; 28 (23): 4689-97.

RNA binding specificity of Unr, a protein with five cold shock domains., Triqueneaux G, Velten M, Franzon P, Dautry F, Jacquemin-Sablon H., Nucleic Acids Res. April 15, 1999; 27 (8): 1926-34.

The mouse Y-box protein, MSY2, is associated with a kinase on non-polysomal mouse testicular mRNAs., Herbert TP, Hecht NB., Nucleic Acids Res. April 1, 1999; 27 (7): 1747-53.

Contrin, the human homologue of a germ-cell Y-box-binding protein: cloning, expression, and chromosomal localization., Tekur S, Pawlak A, Guellaen G, Hecht NB., J Androl. January 1, 1999; 20 (1): 135-44.

Mammalian male and female germ cells express a germ cell-specific Y-Box protein, MSY2., Gu W, Tekur S, Reinbold R, Eppig JJ, Choi YC, Zheng JZ, Murray MT, Hecht NB., Biol Reprod. November 1, 1998; 59 (5): 1266-74.

mRNP3 and mRNP4 are phosphorylatable by casein kinase II in Xenopus oocytes, but phosphorylation does not modify RNA-binding affinity., Deschamps S, Jacquemin-Sablon H, Triqueneaux G, Mulner-Lorillon O, Potier M, Le Caer JP, Dautry F, le Maire M., FEBS Lett. August 4, 1997; 412 (3): 495-500.

Regulated unmasking of in vivo synthesized maternal mRNA at oocyte maturation. A role for the chaperone nucleoplasmin., Meric F, Matsumoto K, Wolffe AP., J Biol Chem. May 9, 1997; 272 (19): 12840-6.

Translational repression dependent on the interaction of the Xenopus Y-box protein FRGY2 with mRNA. Role of the cold shock domain, tail domain, and selective RNA sequence recognition., Matsumoto K, Meric F, Wolffe AP., J Biol Chem. September 13, 1996; 271 (37): 22706-12.

The Y-box motif mediates redox-dependent transcriptional activation in mouse cells., Duh JL, Zhu H, Shertzer HG, Nebert DW, Puga A., J Biol Chem. December 22, 1995; 270 (51): 30499-507.

Sequence-specific RNA recognition by the Xenopus Y-box proteins. An essential role for the cold shock domain., Bouvet P, Matsumoto K, Wolffe AP., J Biol Chem. November 24, 1995; 270 (47): 28297-303.

Promoter control of translation in Xenopus oocytes., Gunkel N, Braddock M, Thorburn AM, Muckenthaler M, Kingsman AJ, Kingsman SM., Nucleic Acids Res. February 11, 1995; 23 (3): 405-12.

Binding of Y-box proteins to RNA: involvement of different protein domains., Ladomery M, Sommerville J., Nucleic Acids Res. December 25, 1994; 22 (25): 5582-9.

Intron-less RNA injected into the nucleus of Xenopus oocytes accesses a regulated translation control pathway., Braddock M, Muckenthaler M, White MR, Thorburn AM, Sommerville J, Kingsman AJ, Kingsman SM., Nucleic Acids Res. December 11, 1994; 22 (24): 5255-64.

Translational regulation. Y the message is masked?, Standart N, Jackson R., Curr Biol. October 1, 1994; 4 (10): 939-41.

A role for transcription and FRGY2 in masking maternal mRNA within Xenopus oocytes., Bouvet P, Wolffe AP., Cell. June 17, 1994; 77 (6): 931-41.

Selective recruitment of masked maternal mRNA from messenger ribonucleoprotein particles containing FRGY2 (mRNP4)., Tafuri SR, Wolffe AP., J Biol Chem. November 15, 1993; 268 (32): 24255-61.

Masking mRNA from translation in somatic cells., Ranjan M, Tafuri SR, Wolffe AP., Genes Dev. September 1, 1993; 7 (9): 1725-36.

Structure in solution of the major cold-shock protein from Bacillus subtilis., Schnuchel A, Wiltscheck R, Czisch M, Herrler M, Willimsky G, Graumann P, Marahiel MA, Holak TA., Nature. July 8, 1993; 364 (6433): 169-71.

A mouse Y box protein, MSY1, is associated with paternal mRNA in spermatocytes., Tafuri SR, Familari M, Wolffe AP., J Biol Chem. June 5, 1993; 268 (16): 12213-20.

mRNP4, a major mRNA-binding protein from Xenopus oocytes is identical to transcription factor FRG Y2., Deschamps S, Viel A, Garrigos M, Denis H, le Maire M., J Biol Chem. July 15, 1992; 267 (20): 13799-802.

DNA binding, multimerization, and transcription stimulation by the Xenopus Y box proteins in vitro., Tafuri SR, Wolffe AP., New Biol. April 1, 1992; 4 (4): 349-59.

Sequence analysis of cytoplasmic mRNA-binding proteins of Xenopus oocytes identifies a family of RNA-binding proteins., Murray MT, Schiller DL, Franke WW., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. January 1, 1992; 89 (1): 11-5.

Xenopus Y-box transcription factors: molecular cloning, functional analysis and developmental regulation., Tafuri SR, Wolffe AP., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 1, 1990; 87 (22): 9028-32.

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