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SummaryThe tissue distribution of different glutathione S-transferases (GST) is analysed by electrophoresis.1)The existence of GST“e” (erythrocyte), GST3, GST1, and GST2 is confirmed. GST“e” the… (More)
SummaryIn all eukaryotes, myosin plays a major role in the maintenance of cell shape and in cellular movement; in association with actin and other contractile proteins it is also a major structural… (More)
SummaryPP14 protein (placental protein 14) is abundantly secreted by the human endometrium under the influence of progesterone. Human PP14 is homologous to β-lactoglobulin, the main component of… (More)
SummaryWe have used human specific DNA probes and somatic hybrid cell analysis to localize the human CD 9 gene to chromosome 12 (region p13).
SummaryThree mouse genomic domains, Fim1, Fim2, and Fim3, were previously described as proviral integration regions frequently involved in the early stages of myeloblastic leukemogenesis induced in… (More)
SummaryC1r and C1s are distinct, but structurally and functionally similar, serine protease zymogens responsible for the enzymatic activity of the first component of complement (C1). Recent… (More)
SummaryA DNA probe derived from a mouse intronless pseudogene including coding regions for the myosin fast skeletal muscle alkali light chains, MLC1F/MLC3F (suggested HGM symbol, MYL1), was tested on… (More)
SummaryHuman/hamster hybrid cell cultures were examined for the presence of ARSA and other marker enzymes. Many of these hybrids were also analyzed for human chromosomes. Our results confirm the… (More)
SummaryBy using somatic cell hybrids between human fibroblasts and hamster or mouse cells, we have assigned the gene for human coproporphyrinogen oxidase to chromosome 9.