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Natural antisense transcripts are co-expressed with sense mRNAs in synaptoneurosomes of adult mouse forebrain

Neuroscience Research

Sep 25, 2008

Neil R SmalheiserKuniya Abe

Abstract

Natural antisense transcripts and overlapping sense transcripts are expressed in a variety of tissues, including adult mouse brain. Here we show that a subset of mRNA-like sense-antisense transcript pairs are co-expressed within synaptoneurosomes of adult mouse forebrain, a subcellular ...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
CLCN2 gene
APP protein, human
RAB6A gene
I-476 BACE isoform, human
Aspartic Acid Endopeptidases
RNA, Untranslated
SCPEP1 gene
RNA, Small Interfering
Presynaptic density protein 95
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Natural antisense transcripts are co-expressed with sense mRNAs in synaptoneurosomes of adult mouse forebrain

Neuroscience Research

Sep 25, 2008

Neil R SmalheiserKuniya Abe

PMID: 18812194

DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2008.08.010

Abstract

Natural antisense transcripts and overlapping sense transcripts are expressed in a variety of tissues, including adult mouse brain. Here we show that a subset of mRNA-like sense-antisense transcript pairs are co-expressed within synaptoneurosomes of adult mouse forebrain, a subcellular ...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
CLCN2 gene
APP protein, human
RAB6A gene
I-476 BACE isoform, human
Aspartic Acid Endopeptidases
RNA, Untranslated
SCPEP1 gene
RNA, Small Interfering
Presynaptic density protein 95
37

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