[New genes on human chromosome 7: bioinformatic analysis of a gene cluster from the POLR2J family].

@article{Shpakovskii2004NewGO,
  title={[New genes on human chromosome 7: bioinformatic analysis of a gene cluster from the POLR2J family].},
  author={D. G. Shpakovskii and Elena K. Shematorova and G. V. Shpakovskii},
  journal={Bioorganicheskaia khimiia},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={621-5}
}
Four independent genes encoding various variants of the hRPB11 subunit of Homo sapiens RNA polymerase II were revealed in human chromosome 7. Three genes (POLR2J1, POLR2J2, and POLR2J3) form a cluster of total length 214530 bp in the genetic locus 7q22.1 on the long arm of chromosome 7 (contig NT_007933). The fourth gene (POLR2J4, 31040 bp) was localized in the cytogenetic locus 7p13 of the short arm of chromosome 7 (contig NT_007819). An analysis enabled us to refine dissimilar experimental… CONTINUE READING