FREQUENT IN-FRAME LENGTH VARIATIONS ARE FOUND IN THE DIVERGED SIMPLE REPEAT SEQUENCES OF THE PROTEIN-CODING REGIONS OF 2 PUTATIVE PROTEIN-KINASE GENES OF BRASSICA-NAPUS
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- FREQUENT IN-FRAME LENGTH VARIATIONS ARE FOUND IN THE DIVERGED SIMPLE REPEAT SEQUENCES OF THE PROTEIN-CODING REGIONS OF 2 PUTATIVE PROTEIN-KINASE GENES OF BRASSICA-NAPUS
- PARK, YS; SONG, OK; HONG, SW; KWAK, JM; Cho, Moo Je; NAM, HG
- acidic domain; diverged simple repeat sequence; DNA slippage mutation; protein kinase
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- PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, v.27, no.4, pp.829 - 833
- Two putative protein kinase cDNA clones were isolated from Brassica napus by screening with a putative protein kinase cDNA clone of Arabidopsis thaliana. The deduced amino acid sequences show a distinct modular composition, consisting of a possible protein kinase catalytic region at the amino terminus and a highly acidic region encoded from diverged simple repeat sequences at the carboxy terminus. Comparison of the nucleotide sequences encoding this acidic region revealed a high rate of in-frame length variation, while preserving the acidic characteristics. Similar variation is also found in the non-coding regions of these clones.
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