Characterization, phylogeny, alternative splicing and expression of Sox30 gene

@inproceedings{Han2010CharacterizationPA,
  title={Characterization, phylogeny, alternative splicing and expression of Sox30 gene},
  author={Fei Han and Zhijian Wang and Fengrui Wu and Zhihao Liu and Baofeng Huang and Deshou Wang},
  booktitle={BMC Molecular Biology},
  year={2010}
}
Members of the Sox gene family isolated from both vertebrates and invertebrates have been proved to participate in a wide variety of developmental processes, including sex determination and differentiation. Among these members, Sox30 had been considered to exist only in mammals since its discovery, and its exact function remains unclear. Sox30 cDNA was cloned from the Nile tilapia by RT-PCR and RACE. Screening of available genome and EST databases and phylogenetic analysis showed that Sox30… CONTINUE READING
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