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Full-length cDNA sequences of 2 class I MHC molecules from the DA strain of Rattus norvegicus are presented. One coded for the classical class I restriction element RT1.Aa, which maps to the rat MHC. The other probably codes for a soluble non-classical class I molecule present in DA rat serum; a...

Author(s)
Rada, C.; Lorenzi, R.; Powis, S. J.; Bogaerde, J. van den; Parham, P.; Howard, J. C.
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1990, 87, 6, pp 2167-2171
Abstract

Three adult β-globin gene haplotypes, each containing 5 or 3 genes, were found in adult rats. Nucleotide sequence analysis revealed that the leftmost gene is the major gene, and that the minor gene is at the opposite end (downstream). All the intermediate genes are minor-major hybrids, indicating...

Author(s)
Paunescu, T.; Stevanović, M.; Radosavljević, D.; Drmanac, R.; Crkvenjakov, R.
Citation
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 1990, 7, 5, pp 407-422
Abstract

An alternative gene element of the mouse T-cell receptor (TCR) β-chain is described. The expression of the alternative exon, CβO, was studied in normal T-cell clones, as well as in fetal vs. adult whole thymus. The CβO exon was found to be expressed in <1% of TCR-β messages in all 4 mature...

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Dent, A. L.; Fink, P. J.; Hedrick, S. M.
Citation
Journal of Immunology (Baltimore), 1989, 143, 1, pp 322-328
Abstract

The nucleotide sequence of the carboxyl-terminal regions of rat, mouse and human prepropancreatic polypeptide showed a high degree of divergence, whereas the amino-terminal domains were highly conserved. The nucleotide sequences of the 3 polypeptide genes are presented. Exon 2 of the rat gene...

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Yonekura, H.; Nata, K.; Watanabe, T.; Kurashina, Y.; Yamamoto, H.; Okamoto, H.
Citation
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1988, 263, 6, pp 2990-2997
Abstract

The complete amino acid sequence of rat carboxypeptidase B (CPB) was found by nucleotide sequencing of CPB cDNA and direct sequencing of the CPB mRNA via primer extension on pancreatic polyadenylated RNA. The enzyme was found to be synthesized as a precursor species containing a large...

Author(s)
Clauser, E.; Gardell, S. J.; Craik, C. S.; MacDonald, R. J.; Rutter, W. J.
Citation
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1988, 263, 33, pp 17837-17845
Abstract

The compositional distributions of coding sequences and DNA molecules (in the 50- to 100-kb range) are much narrower in rats and mice than in humans (or in all other mammals explored so far). In rats and mice, both distributions begin at higher and end at lower GC values. A comparison of homologous ...

Author(s)
Mouchiroud, D.; Gautier, C.; Bernardi, G.
Citation
Journal of Molecular Evolution, 1988, 27, 4, pp 311-320
Abstract

A cDNA with the complete coding sequence for the rat liver glutathione S-transferase subunit 4 (Yb2) was isolated from a constructed λgt10 cDNA library; its nucleotide sequence is presented. Functional expression of the cDNA sequence resulted in the purification to homogeneity of an enzymatically...

Author(s)
Lai, H. C. J.; Qian, B.; Grove, G.; Tu, C. P. D.
Citation
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1988, 263, 23, pp 11389-11395
Abstract

Mouse λ-chain cDNA probes were used to isolate hybridizing fragments from a partial rat liver DNA library. The partial nucleotide sequences of 2 such clones were determined. One clone, containing a 5.8 kb EcoRI insert which hybridized to mouse Cλ1 and Cλ2 probes, included an apparently expressible ...

Author(s)
Frank, M. B.; Gutman, G. A.
Citation
Molecular Immunology, 1988, 25, 10, pp 953-960
Abstract

Mammalian testes contain 2 forms of cytochrome c, one identical to the form found in somatic tissues and a second that is expressed in a stage-specific manner during spermatogenesis. Rat and mouse cDNA clones and the rat gene encoding the testis-specific cytochrome c were isolated, and their DNA...

Author(s)
Virbasius, J. V.; Scarpulla, R. C.
Citation
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1988, 263, 14, pp 6791-6796
Abstract

This discussion of the authors' work on the nucleotide sequences of allotypic forms of kappa chains indicates that there are strong selective constraints on the sequences, both in flanking sequences and the silent positions within the coding regions. These constraints are independent of the...

Author(s)
Gutman, G. A.; Sheppard, H. W.
Citation
Transplantation Proceedings, 1983, 15, 2, pp 1672-1674

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