Cloned hst gene from normal human leukocyte DNA transforms NIH3T3 cells.

Abstract

The hst gene was originally identified as a transforming gene in DNAs from stomach cancers and a noncancerous portion of stomach mucosa by transfection assays using NIH3T3 cells (1,2). Subsequently, the hst gene obtained directly from leukocyte DNA of a leukemia patient was sequenced (3,4). Here, cosmid clones containing the hst gene were isolated directly… (More)

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@article{Sakamoto1988ClonedHG, title={Cloned hst gene from normal human leukocyte DNA transforms NIH3T3 cells.}, author={Hiromi Sakamoto and T. Yoshida and Makoto Nakakuki and Hiroki Odagiri and K. Miyagawa and Tomoko Sugimura and Miho Terada}, journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications}, year={1988}, volume={151 3}, pages={965-72} }