Nuclear cap-binding protein complex subunit 1 - P34160 (NCBP1_YEAST)


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Number of PDB entries for P34160: 1
Component of the CBC complex, which binds co-transcriptionally to the 5'-cap of pre-mRNAs and is involved in maturation, export and degradation of nuclear mRNAs. The CBC complex is required for efficient pre-mRNA splicing through efficient commitment complex and spliceosome formation. Together with NPL3, the CBC complex is required for export of mRNAs out of the nucleus. The CBC complex is also involved in nuclear mRNA degradation, probably by directing the mRNAs to the sites of degradation. Affects replication of the positive-strand RNA virus BMV. (data source: UniProt  )
Subunit structure
Component of the nuclear cap-binding complex (CBC), a heterodimer composed of STO1/CBC1 and CBC2 that interacts with capped RNAs. The complex interacts strongly with the importin subunit alpha SRP1. The SRP1-CBC trimer also binds to capped RNAs, but formation of the importin alpha/beta heterodimer upon binding of KAP95 to SRP1 in the cytoplasm causes dissociation of CBC from the RNA. The CBC complex is part of the commitment complex 1 (CC1), binding to the cap of pre-mRNA and interacting with U1 snRNP subunits MUD2 and SNU56. The CBC complex is part of the NRD1 complex, composed of CBC2, NAB1, NRD1, SEN1 and STO1/CBC2. The CBC complex also interacts with NPL3 and eIF4G (TIF4631 and TIF4632). (data source: UniProt  )
Gene names: STO1 CBC1 CBP80 GCR3 SUT1 YMR125W YM8564.07 YM9553.01
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