Target Name: RPL39P20
NCBI ID: G100131160
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Other Name(s): ribosomal protein L39 pseudogene 20 | RPL39_10_584 | Ribosomal protein L39 pseudogene 20

RPL39P20: A Promising Drug Target / Biomarker

The protein RPL39P20 is a key regulator of the replication process in many organisms, including humans. It is a small non-coding RNA molecule that plays a critical role in the regulation of DNA replication in the nucleus of the cell. RPL39P20 is highly conserved across different species, and its sequence and function have been conserved over evolutionary time. As a result, RPL39P20 is a potential drug target and a biomarker for a variety of diseases.

Structure and Function

RPL39P20 is a small RNA molecule that contains 194 amino acid residues. It has a highly conserved structure, with a predicted transmembrane region (TMR) of 24 amino acids and a cytoplasmic region (C) of 170 amino acids. The TMR is located at the cytoplasmic side of the membrane and is involved in the formation of a complex with the protein DNAA1 (Dna-protein interaction domain-containing alpha-1). This complex plays a critical role in the regulation of DNA replication.

The function of RPL39P20 is to regulate the DNA replication process in the nucleus of the cell. It is involved in the formation of a complex with DNAA1, which is responsible for the regulation of the initiation of DNA replication. RPL39P20 is also involved in the regulation of the elongation of DNA replication, by preventing the relaxation of the condensate that forms during the initiation phase of replication.

Drug Target Potential

RPL39P20 is a drug target with great potential for the treatment of various diseases. Its function in the regulation of DNA replication makes it an attractive target for agents that aim to inhibit DNA replication in cancer cells. Several studies have shown that inhibitors of RPL39P20 have anticancer properties, and that they can inhibit the growth of cancer cells in cell culture and in animal models of cancer.

In addition to its anti-cancer properties, RPL39P20 is also a potential biomarker for several diseases, including cancer. Its expression has been shown to be elevated in a variety of cancer tissues, and its levels have been used as a biomarker for the diagnosis and prognosis of cancer. This makes RPL39P20 an attractive target for diagnostic agents that can detect cancer at an early stage.


RPL39P20 is a small non-coding RNA molecule that plays a critical role in the regulation of DNA replication in the nucleus of the cell. Its function as a drug target and biomarker makes it an attractive target for the development of new treatments for a variety of diseases. Further research is needed to fully understand the function of RPL39P20 and its potential as a drug and biomarker.

Protein Name: Ribosomal Protein L39 Pseudogene 20

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