Guanqing Liu

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Two genes, cysteine- and glycine-rich protein 2 (CSRP2) and cysteine- and glycine-rich protein 3 (CSRP3), play important roles in tissue-specific cell growth and development. However, few CSRP2 and CSRP3 genes have been functionally characterized in sheep. In this study, the full-length cDNAs of the CSRP2 and CSRP3 genes were cloned from Small-tail Han(More)
To explore the basic characteristics and expressing profile of the three slow skeletal muscle troponin genes TNNC1 (Troponin C type 1), TNNI1 (troponin I type 1) and TNNT1 (troponin T type 1). Three purebred Dorper sheep and another three purebred small-tailed Han sheep were selected. The sequence of the genes from the small-tailed Han sheep was cloned(More)
The complete cDNA sequence of the sheep MYL1 (Myosin light chain 1) gene was cloned using RT-PCR, 5' RACE and 3' RACE. We obtained two alternatively spliced isoforms of the MYL1 gene, MYL1a and MYL1b, which are 849 and 1046bp in length and encode proteins composed of 150 and 192 amino acid residues, respectively. And the GenBank accession numbers of MYL1a(More)
Segmental duplication is a major structural variation that occurs in chromosomes. Duplication leads to the production of gene copies with increased numbers of related repeat segments, causing the global genome to be in a state of imbalance. In addition, if the added segment contains a centromeric specific DNA, the duplicated chromosome will have structural(More)
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