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Homo sapiens (human) RNA component of signal recognition particle 7SL1 secondary structure diagram

Homo sapiens (human) RNA component of signal recognition particle 7SL1 URS00000478B7_9606

  • 299 nucleotides
  • 9 databases (ENA, Ensembl, Ensembl/GENCODE, GeneCards, HGNC, lncRNAdb, MalaCards, RefSeq, SRPDB)
  • Found in 4 species
  • SRP RNA

Automated summary: This SRP RNA sequence is 299 nucleotides long and is found in Homo sapiens. Annotated by 9 databases (SRPDB, Ensembl/GENCODE, lncRNAdb, RefSeq, MalaCards, HGNC, ENA, Ensembl, GeneCards). Described in 35 papers. Has a conserved secondary structure or a structured region. Matches 1 Rfam family (Metazoa_SRP, RF00017). Homo sapiens (human) RNA component of signal recognition particle 7SL1 sequence is a product of SRP RNA, RN7SL1 genes. Found in the human reference genome.

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    Sequence

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    GCCGGGCGCGGUGGCGCGUGCCUGUAGUCCCAGCUACUCGGGAGGCUGAGGCUGGAGGAUCGCUUGAGUCCAGGAGUUCUGGGCUGUAGUGCGCUAUGCCGAUCGGGUGUCCGCACUAAGUUCGGCAUCAAUAUGGUGACCUCCCGGGAGCGGGGGACCACCAGGUUGCCUAAGGAGGGGUGAACCGGCCCAGGUCGGAAACGGAGCAGGUCAAAACUCCCGUGCUGAUCAGUAGUGGGAUCGCGCCUGUGAAUAGCCACUGCACUCCAGCCUGGGCAACAUAGCGAGACCCCGUCUCU

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