RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) play important roles in the regulation of gene expression through a variety of post-transcriptional mechanisms,which physically to regulate each other's life cycle and function. The mRNA coding sequence guides the synthesis of proteins and some regulatory sequences, while the untranslated region of mRNA affects the fate of the encoded protein by regulating the translation, positioning, and interaction with other proteins. On the other hand, from RNA synthesis to degradation, proteins can in turn bind and regulate RNA expression and function. The interaction of RNA and protein is very important to maintain the homeostasis of the cell, and interfering with the interaction of the two will cause cell dysfunction and related diseases.

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