A novel tilapia prolactin receptor is functionally distinct from its paralog

@article{Fiol2009ANT,
  title={A novel tilapia prolactin receptor is functionally distinct from its paralog},
  author={Diego Fernando Fiol and Enio Sanmarti and Romina Sacchi and Dietmar K{\"u}ltz},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={212},
  pages={2007 - 2015}
}
SUMMARY A novel tilapia prolactin (PRL) receptor (OmPRLR2) was identified based on its induction during hyperosmotic stress. OmPRLR2 protein shows 28% identity to tilapia OmPRLR1 and 26% identity to human PRLR. Comparison of OmPRLR1 and OmPRLR2 revealed conserved features of cytokine class I receptors (CKR1): a WS domain and transmembrane domain, two pairs of cysteines and N-glycosylation motifs in the extracellular region, CKR1 boxes I and II, and three tyrosines in the intracellular region… Expand
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