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"Despite the U8 snoRNA being ubiquitously expressed, germline mutations in SNORD118 cause an exclusively neurological, progressive microangiopathy"
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"The precise link between U8 and cerebral vascular homeostasis awaits elucidation and may conceivably involve a direct effect on translation or other yet to be defined functions of U8."
Had they had access to snoDB, they would have known that SNORD118 has predicted RNA interactions with cerebrally enriched genes EHD3 & ZNF536 (as we can see in the Next Slide >>>) which opens up potentially interesting avenues to investigate.