Takuji Oshima

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An analysis of genes for the major two subunits of the membrane-associated ATPase from an acidothermophilic archaebacterium, Sulfolobus acidocaldarius, suggested that it belongs to a different ATPase family from the F1-ATPase (Denda, K., Konishi, J., Oshima, T., Date, T., and Yoshida, M. (1988) J. Biol. Chem. 263, 17251-17254). In the same operon of the(More)
The human genome contains thousands of retrocopies, mostly as processed pseudogenes, which were recently shown to be prevalently transcribed. In particular, those specifically acquired in the human lineage are able to modulate gene expression in a manner that contributed to the evolution of human-specific traits. Therefore, knowledge of the human-specific(More)
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