C D Frankenfield

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We have isolated a 5199-nucleotide cDNA from a mouse library containing an open reading frame encoding the 1099-amino acid type VII adenylyl cyclase protein. The type VII protein is most closely related in primary structure to an unpublished human adenylyl cyclase clone (GenBank accession no. D25538) and type II adenylyl cyclase. Northern blot analysis(More)
The conservation of amino acid sequence among types I-IV adenylylcyclase has made it possible to apply the polymerase chain reaction to examine the extent of the molecular diversity within this family of enzymes. cDNA templates from rat heart, liver, kidney, guinea pig brain and testes, and mouse skeletal muscle were amplified with primers specific to(More)
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