A Stu I polymorphism in the human androgen receptor gene (AR)

@article{Lu1996ASI,
  title={A Stu I polymorphism in the human androgen receptor gene (AR)},
  author={J. Lu and M. Danielsen},
  journal={Clinical Genetics},
  year={1996},
  volume={49}
}
  • J. Lu, M. Danielsen
  • Published 1996
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Clinical Genetics
  • Fig. 1. Autoradiograph of a Stu I polymorphism in human DNA samples probed with a 542 bp Pvu I1 hAR cDNA fragment (bp 1040 to 1582). The absence of a Stu I site yields a 1.3 kb band. This 1.3 kb band is cut into 0.85 kb and 0.45 kb bands when the Stu I site is present but the 0.45 kb band is not detected with this probe. Lane 1, hemizygote for the 1.3 kb allele; lane 2 , hemizygote for the 0.85 kb allele; lane 3, heterozygote (HeLa cell DNA). 
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