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Structure and Sequence of the Human Fast Skeletal Troponin T (TNNT3) Gene: Insight Into the Evolution of the Gene and the Origin of the Developmentally Regulated Isoforms
TLDR
The genomic correlates of TNNT3 are relevant to the understanding of the evolution and regulation of expression of the gene, as well as the structure and function of the protein isoforms.
Light chains of myosins from white, red, and cardiac muscles.
TLDR
The hypothesis that different sets of genes are active in producing components of myosin that make up different isozymic forms characteristic of each muscle type is supported.
Isolation and characterization of human fast skeletal beta troponin T cDNA: comparative sequence analysis of isoforms and insight into the evolution of members of a multigene family.
TLDR
Comparative sequence analysis reveals that the human beta TnTf shares a high level of sequence similarity in the coding region with other vertebrate TNTf and considerably reduced similarity with slow skeletal and cardiac TnS cDNAs.
Quantitation of muscle-specific mRNAs by using cDNA probes during chicken embryonic muscle development in ovo.
The emergence of abundant-class mRNAs specific for contractile muscle proteins and their distribution between polysomal and free mRNP fractions were studied in skeletal muscle excised from chicken
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