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Drosha Antibody

Drosha is one of three human RNase III enzymes (Drosha, Dicer, and Argonaute) that play a diverse role in the processing and maturation of RNA. Drosha, along with DGCR8 (DeGeorge Syndrome Chromomsomal Region 8, also known as Pasha in C. elegans and D. melanogaster) is a component of the Microprocessor complex. In this complex, Drosha functions as a double-stranded endoribonuclease critical to the first step in the processing of human microRNAs. During this step, Drosha is responsible for cleaving pri-miRNA to yield hairpin-shaped pre-miRNA for futher processing by the cytoplasmic RNase III enzyme, Dicer.
drosha ribonuclease III
Ribonuclease 3
:  drosha, double-stranded RNA-specific endoribonuclease ETOHI2 HSA242976 nuclear RNase III Drosha p241 Protein Drosha putative protein p241 which interacts with transcription factor Sp1 putative ribonuclease III RANSE3L ribonuclease 3 Ribonuclease III ribonuclease type III, nuclear RN3 RNase III RNASE3L RNASEN More... Less...
Ordering Information
between 1324 and 1374
Human, Mouse
Between 1050 and 1100