Apoptosis regulatory gene NEDD2 maps to human chromosome segment 7q34–35, a region frequently affected in haematological neoplasms

@article{Kumar2004ApoptosisRG,
  title={Apoptosis regulatory gene NEDD2 maps to human chromosome segment 7q34–35, a region frequently affected in haematological neoplasms},
  author={Sharad Kumar and Deborah L. White and Setsuo Takai and S. Turczynowicz and Christopher A. Juttner and Timothy P. Hughes},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={95},
  pages={641-644}
}
Developmentally regulated mouse gene Nedd2 encodes a protein similar to the product of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans cell death gene ced-3 and the mammalian interleukin-1β-converting enzyme. Overexpression of Nedd2 in cultured mammalian cells induces apoptosis that can be blocked by proto-oncogene BCL2. We have isolated cDNA clones for the human homologue of the mouse gene and, by using these as probes, mapped the human NEDD2 gene to 7q34-35 by fluorescence in situ hybridisation. The… 

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