Star-PAP controlled alternative polyadenylation coupled poly(A) tail length regulates expression in hypertrophic heart

Sudheesh, A.P., Mohan, N., Nimmy, F., Rakesh S. Laishram*, and Richard Anderson* (*Corresponding Author)(2019)
Nucleic Acid Res.     gkz875 (https://doi.org/1 0.1093/nar/gkz875)

A splicing-independent function of RBM10 controls specific 3'UTR processing to regulate cardiac hypertrophy.

Mohan, N., Kumar, V., Kandala, D., Kartha, C.C., and Rakesh S. Laishram. (2018)
Cell Reports.     doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2018.08.077

Nuclear phosphatidyl-inositol-phosphate type I kinase α coupled Star-PAP polyadenylation regulates cell invasion.

Sudheesh, A.P., and Rakesh S. Laishram. (2017)
Mol. Cell. Biol.     doi.org/10.1128/MCB.00457-17

CstF and 3'UTR cis-element determines Star-PAP specificity for target mRNA selection by excluding PAPα.

Kandala, D., Mohan, N., Vivekakanda, A., Sudheesh, A.P., Reshmi G., and Rakesh S. Laishram. (2016)
Nucleic Acid Res.     44 (2): 811-823

Phosphorylation regulates Star-PAP PIPKIα interaction and directs specificity toward mRNA targets.

Mohan, N., Sudheesh A.P., Francis, N., Anderson, R.A. and Rakesh S. Laishram. (2015)
Nucleic Acid Res.     43: 7005-7020

Poly(A) Polymerase (PAP) diversity in the cell: Star-PAP vs canonical PAP.

Rakesh S. Laishram. (2014)
FEBS Letters.     588: 2185-2197

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