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TAPping into transport

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Studies of viral RNA nuclear export promise to help elucidate the mechanisms used by the cell to transport its own RNA to the cytoplasm. TAP has been implicated in the export of unspliced retroviral RNA transcripts and may be a new RNA-export factor.

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Figure 1: Is TAP a global mRNA export factor?

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Strambio de Castillia, C., Rout, M. TAPping into transport. Nat Cell Biol 1, E31–E33 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1038/10024

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