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Boymaw, Overexpressed in Brains with Major Psychiatric Disorders, May Encode a Small Protein to Inhibit Mitochondrial Function and Protein Translation

bioRxiv

May 31, 2014

Baohu JiXianjin Zhou

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The t(1,11) chromosome translocation co-segregates with major psychiatric disorders in a large Scottish family. The translocation disrupts the DISC1 and Boymaw (DISC1FP1) genes on chromosomes 1 and 11, respectively. After translocation, two fusion genes are generated. Our recent studies...read more

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DISC1 gene
Local
Protein Overexpression
Nuclear Translocation
Genetic Translation Process
Laboratory mice
Mitochondria
Psychiatry Specialty
RNA
Ribosomal RNA
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Boymaw, Overexpressed in Brains with Major Psychiatric Disorders, May Encode a Small Protein to Inhibit Mitochondrial Function and Protein Translation

bioRxiv

May 31, 2014

Baohu JiXianjin Zhou

PMID: 990005728

DOI: 10.1101/005728

Abstract

The t(1,11) chromosome translocation co-segregates with major psychiatric disorders in a large Scottish family. The translocation disrupts the DISC1 and Boymaw (DISC1FP1) genes on chromosomes 1 and 11, respectively. After translocation, two fusion genes are generated. Our recent studies...read more

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DISC1 gene
Local
Protein Overexpression
Nuclear Translocation
Genetic Translation Process
Laboratory mice
Mitochondria
Psychiatry Specialty
RNA
Ribosomal RNA
3

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