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Immunogen sequence: METKRVEIPG SVLDDLCSRF ILHIPSEERD NAIRVCFQIE LAHWFYLDFY MQNTPGLPQC GIRDFAKAVF SHCPFLLPQG EDVEKVLDEW KEYKMGVPTY GAIILDETLE NVLLVQGYLA KSGWGFPKGK VNKEEAPHDC AAREVFEETG FDIKDYICKD DYIELRINDQ LARLYIIPGI PKDTKFNPKT RREIRNIEWF SIEKLPCHRN DMTPKSKLGL APNKFFMAIP FIRPLRDWLS; Positive Samples: HT-29, Rat brain; Cellular Location: Cytoplasm, Nucleus, P-body
The removal, or decapping, of eukaryotic mRNA is an important step in the degradation of mRNA. Decapping protein 2 (DCP2) is the major mRNA decapping enzyme in cells. It is a member of the Nudix hydrolases superfamily of proteins that predominantly catalyze the hydrolysis of small nucleoside diphosphate substrates linked to another moiety. DCP2 is widely expressed in multiple tissues at varying levels, with highest expression seen in testis and brain.
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Protein Aliases: DCP2 decapping enzyme homolog; Decapping protein 2; DFLJ33245; hDpc; m7GpppN-mRNA hydrolase; mRNA decapping enzyme 2; mRNA-decapping enzyme 2; Nucleoside diphosphate-linked moiety X motif 20; nudix (nucleoside diphosphate linked moiety X)-type motif 20; nudix (nucleoside diphosphate linked moiety X)-type motif 20 (NUDT20); Nudix motif 20; nudix-type motif 20
Gene Aliases: 2410015D23Rik; 5730537H01Rik; AL118268; DCP2; NUDT20; RGD1562909