Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Some relevant papers on RPS23 and ribosomopathies

Hydroxylation of the eukaryotic ribosomal decoding center affects translational accuracy


OGFOD1 catalyzes prolyl hydroxylation of RPS23 and is involved in translation control and stress granule formation

Sudestada1, a Drosophila ribosomal prolyl-hydroxylase required for mRNA translation, cell homeostasis, and organ growth

Growing with the wind 

Ribosomal protein hydroxylation and cell growth

Ribosomopathies: how a common root can cause a tree of pathologies

Ribosomopathies and the paradox of cellular hypo- to hyperproliferation

Ribosomal Protein Mutations Induce Autophagy through S6 Kinase Inhibition of the Insulin Pathway

Mysterious Ribosomopathies

Ribosomopathies: Global process, tissue specific defects

The role of ribosomal proteins in the regulation of cell proliferation, tumorigenesis, and genomic integrity