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Sasahara, Kenji University of Tokushima
Yamaoka, Takashi University of Tokushima
Moritani, Maki University of Tokushima
Tanaka, Masaki University of Tokushima
Iwahana, Hiroyuki Jichi Medical School
Miyagawa, Jun-ichiro Osaka University
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Journal Article
Description
We cloned a full-length mouse cDNA and its human homologue encoding a novel protein designated as “SR-25.” In Northern blot analysis, SR-25 mRNA was expressed in all organs tested, and relatively abundant in testis and thymus. Deduced amino acid sequences of mouse SR-25 and human SR-25 showed 77.7% identity. SR-25 has a serine-arginine repeat (SR repeat) and two types of amino acid clusters: a serine cluster and a highly basic cluster. Based on the presence of many nuclear localizing signals and a similarity to RNA splicing proteins, SR-25 is strongly suggested to be a nuclear protein and may contribute to RNA splicing.
Journal Title
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
ISSN
0006291X
NCID
AA00564395
AA11542044
Publisher
Academic Press|Elsevier
Volume
269
Issue
2
Start Page
444
End Page
450
Published Date
2000-03-16
Remark
本論文は,著者Kenji Sasaharaの学位論文として提出され,学位審査・授与の対象となっている。
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Institute of Advanced Medical Sciences