RNA recognition motif 2 (RRM2) found in vertebrate RNA-binding protein 10 (RBM10)
This subgroup corresponds to the RRM2 of RBM10, also termed G patch domain-containing protein 9, or RNA-binding protein S1-1 (S1-1), a paralog of putative tumor suppressor RNA-binding protein 5 (RBM5 or LUCA15 or H37). It may play an important role in mRNA generation, processing and degradation in several cell types. The rat homolog of human RBM10 is protein S1-1, a hypothetical RNA binding protein with poly(G) and poly(U) binding capabilities. RBM10 is structurally related to RBM5 and RNA-binding protein 6 (RBM6 or NY-LU-12 or g16 or DEF-3). It contains two RNA recognition motifs (RRMs), also termed RBDs (RNA binding domains) or RNPs (ribonucleoprotein domains), two C2H2-type zinc fingers, and a G-patch/D111 domain.