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Homo sapiens (human) small nucleolar RNA, C/D box 46 (SNORD46) secondary structure diagram

Homo sapiens (human) small nucleolar RNA, C/D box 46 (SNORD46) URS0000010A7C_9606

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SNORD46: SNORD46 is a type of small nucleolar RNA (snoRNA) that is involved in various cellular processes [PMC7541128]. Functional enrichment analysis revealed that genes co-expressed with SNORD46 were significantly enriched in several pathways, including mRNA surveillance, DNA replication, mismatch repair, oxidative phosphorylation, cell cycle, DNA repair, cell proliferation, cell division, regulation of cell motility, G1/S transition of mitotic cell cycle, NF-kappaB binding, cell-cell adhesion, cell-cell adherens junctions, apoptotic DNA fragmentation, B-cell differentiation and negative regulation of autophagy [PMC7541128]. To amplify SNORD46 and another snoRNA called SNORD89 for further analysis or experiments using PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction), specific primers were designed [PMC5025248]. The primer sequences for SNORD46 were as follows: forward primer: 5’-AAT CCT TAG GCG TGG TTG TG-3’ and reverse primer: 5’-ATG ACA AGT CCT TGC ATT GG-3’ [PMC5025248]. The primer sequences for SNORD89 were as follows: forward primer: 5’-GAC AAG AAA AGG CCG AAT TG-3’ and reverse primer: 5’-CAT GGA GAG CAA ACT GCT GA-3’ [PMC5025248]. These primers can be used to amplify the specific snoRNAs in further experiments or analyses [PMC5025248].

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