RNF5

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RNF5

A gene on chromosome 6p21.3 that encodes an E2-dependent E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase, which has a RING finger motif and acts as a transcription regulator. RNF5 may be involved in regulating cell motility and localisation of PXN/paxillin.
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The IT of P1 (first positive peak) and amplitudes (N1-P1) were analyzed for the specified areas in five rings including ring1, ring2, ring3, ring4, and ring5. The five rings represent the summed responses from five adjacent concentric ring-shaped areas.
Maps of the NCP from the Wisconsin H[alpha] Mapper (WHAM, [28]) were almost featureless; when convolved with the double-switched RING5 M beam, the H[alpha] template for the RING5M fields predicted a free-free rms at 14.5 GHz from a warm (~[10.sup.4] K) component that is nearly two orders of magnitude lower than the amplitude of the signals we detected.