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Homo sapiens (human) RNA, 5S ribosomal 1 (RNA5S1-8, RNA5S10-17) secondary structure diagram

Homo sapiens (human) RNA, 5S ribosomal 1 (RNA5S1-8, RNA5S10-17) URS00000F9D45_9606

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RNA5S5: The RNA5S5 gene, transcribed by RNA polymerase III (Pol III), is a representative 5S ribosomal RNA gene that is 121 nucleotides long [1]. It is encoded by rDNA RNA5S5 on Chromosome 1 in humans [2]. In studies, rRNA presence was determined by mapping reads to rRNA human sequences, including RNA28S5, RNA18S5, RNA5-8S5, and RNA5S57 [3]. GenBank sequences of rRNAs (45SN1, 16SN2, MT-RNR1) were used as reference sequences for analysis [1]. In gene expression analysis, the CCL2 gene showed the greatest decrease in expression, followed by CIC and several ribosomal RNA genes or pseudogenes, including RNA5S5 [4]. G4-L1 motifs were found in the promoter of the RNA-8SN gene and in genes such as RNA28SN2 [5]. The example gene used for UCSC genome browser display was RNA5S57 [6]. In another study on dysregulated peak-associated genes, Homo sapiens RNA was found to be dysregulated in LS group samples [7].

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This sequence is found in 7 other species

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