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Interchromatin Granule

Name: Interchromatin Granule
Description: A class of nuclear body measuring 20-25 nm in diameter and distributed throughout the interchromatin space, linked together by thin fibrils. They are believed to be storage centers for various snRNAs, snRNPs, serine/arginine-rich proteins and RNA polymerase II. A typical mammalian cell contains 25-50 clusters of interchromatin granules. Interchromatin granule clusters do not contain the heterogeneous nuclear RNA-binding proteins (hnRNPs) (Gene Ontology).
Super-category: Nuclear Subcomponent
*Id: sao1049471211
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DefinitionA class of nuclear body measuring 20-25 nm A class of nuclear body measuring 20-25 nm in diameter and distributed throughout the interchromatin space, linked together by thin fibrils. They are believed to be storage centers for various snRNAs, snRNPs, serine/arginine-rich proteins and RNA polymerase II. A typical mammalian cell contains 25-50 clusters of interchromatin granules. Interchromatin granule clusters do not contain the heterogeneous nuclear RNA-binding proteins (hnRNPs) (Gene Ontology). binding proteins (hnRNPs) (Gene Ontology).
Idsao1049471211  +
LabelInterchromatin Granule  +
ModifiedDate30 May 2009  +
SuperCategoryNuclear Subcomponent  +