RBM15 (RNA binding motif protein 15) is a member of the spen (split end) protein family consisting of three N-terminal RNA recognition motifs (RRM) and a SPOC (Spen paralogue and orthologue C-terminal) domain at the C-terminal end.
Putative RNA-binding protein 15 recombinant protein epitope signature tag (PrEST)
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RBM15 (RNA binding motif protein 15) is an RTE (RNA transport element) binding factor majorly involved in the mRNA export. It plays a vital role in the NXF (Nuclear export factor) pathway. It directly binds to NXF1 and provides receptor for the RNA export element RTE. This conjugated form helps to enhance RTE-mediated expression. RBM15 has the ability to identify specific RTE RNA in vitro, which finally enhances export and expression of RTE-containing reporter mRNAs in vivo.
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