TABLE 1.

Subset of transcripts present in the anti-CUGBP1 IP

RefSeq accession no.aGene name or descriptionGene symbolSequence(s)dP valuebGO biological function(s)c
NM_000177Gelsolin (amyloidosis, Finnish type)GSNTGAGTGTGTGT, TGTGTGTGTGT0.003Actin filament polymerization, cell cycle
NM_002229jun B proto-oncogeneJUNBTGTGTTTGTGT0.002Cell growth, cell cycle
NM_004550NADH Dehydrogenase (ubiquinone) Fe-S protein 2NDUFS2TGTGTGTGTGT0.033Mitochondrial electron transport
NM_000943Peptidylprolyl isomerase C (cyclophilin C)PPICTGTGTGTGTGT0.049Protein folding
NM_005171Activating transcription factor 1ATF1TATGTGTGTGT, TGTGTGTGTGT0.015Cell growth, cell cycle
NM_005354jun D proto-oncogeneJUNDTGTGTGTGTGT0.0005Cell growth, cell cycle
NM_001769CD9 moleculeCD9TTTTTGTTTGT, TGTTTGTTTTT0.0001Motility, cell growth
NM_014989Regulating synaptic membrane exocytosis 1RIMS1TGTTTATTTGT, TGTTTGTTGGT0.0017Protein complex assembly
NM_012197Rab GTPase activating protein 1RABGAP1TGTGTGTGTGT0.008Cell cycle
NM_004217Aurora kinase BAURKBTGTTTGTATGT0.045Cytokinesis, cell cycle
NM_000641Interleukin-11IL-11TGTTTGTTTTT0.050Cell-cell signaling
NM_018685Anillin, actin binding proteinANLNTGTTTGTTTGT0.043Cytokinesis
NM_001894Casein kinase 1, epsilonCSNK1ETGTGTGTGTGT0.010DNA repair
NM_001080421unc-13 homolog A (C. elegans)UNC13ATGTGTGTGTGT, TGTTTGTTTTT0.041Exocytosis
NM_015083Cdc2-related kinase, arginine/serine-richCRKRSTGTGTGTGTGT0.044Protein amino acid phosphorylation
NM_002578p21 (CDKN1A)-activated kinase 3PAK3TGTTTGTTTTT0.009Protein complex assembly
NM_001006610Seven in absentia homolog 1 (Drosophila)SIAH1TGTGTGCGTGT0.007Proteolysis
NM_002468Myeloid differentiation primary response gene 88MYD88TGGGTGTGTGT, GGTGTGTGTGT0.022Response to molecule of fungal origin
NM_005633Son of sevenless homolog 1 (Drosophila)SOS1TGTTTGTGTAT0.042Signal transduction
  • a From the NCBI Reference Sequence Project.

  • b P value indicates the statistical significance of the enrichment of the transcript in the anti-CUGBP1 IP compared to the anti-HA IP.

  • c GO, gene ontology.

  • d Some transcripts contain more than one enriched GU-rich sequence.