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Fig. 3

From: Mov10 suppresses retroelements and regulates neuronal development and function in the developing brain

Fig. 3

Mov10 binds mRNAs encoding proteins involved in neuron projection and cytoskeleton by RIP, iCLIP. a GO analysis of RIP mRNAs from postnatal brain. Y axis: GO terms for Cellular Compartment; X axis: negative log (base 10) of the ten lowest p values (see Additional file 5). b GO analysis of iCLIP mRNAs from postnatal brain. Y axis: GO terms for Cellular Compartment and Molecular Function; X axis: negative log (base 10) of the p values, showing only terms with p values of 10–6 or lower. Right: Autoradiograph of Irr and Mov10 IP from P0/P1 brains from iCLIP (see Additional file 7)

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