PSE_motif    (CURRENT_SVN)

SO Accession: SO:0000017 (SOWiki)
Definition: A sequence element characteristic of the promoters of snRNA genes transcribed by RNA polymerase II or by RNA polymerase III. Located between -45 and -60 relative to the TSS. The human PSE_motif consensus sequence is TCACCNTNA(C|G)TNAAAAG(T|G). The basal transcription factor, snRNA-activating protein complex (SNAPc), binds the PSE_motif and is required for the transcription of both RNA polymerase II and III transcribed small-nuclear RNA genes.
Synonyms: proximal sequence element, PSE motif
DB Xrefs: PMID: 11390411  
PMID: 12621023  
PMID: 12651739  
PMID: 23166507  
PMID: 8339931  

Parents: DNA_motif (SO:0000713)
promoter (SO:0000167)
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