Elucidating the Functional Role of TDRD3 in Stress Granules

Alaa Fanous
Tudor domain-containing protein 3, TDRD3, was first identified in a proteomic survey of the spliceosome machinery. Although its function remains elusive, elevated TDRD3 gene expression is associated with poor prognosis of estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer. The Tudor domain of TDRD3 is highly similar to the Tudor domain of the survival of motor neuron (SMN) and accordingly, it has been shown to bind dimethylated arginine residues. Our lab has previously demonstrated the association of TDRD3 with...
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